Calistoga Parks & Gardens
Experience this natural phenomenon which shoots approximately 60 feet into the air and has a temperature of 350 degrees. Open daily from 9am till 6pm in the summer, and till 5pm in the winter.
Containing historic sites that date back 10,000 years, Anderson Marsh State Historic Park offers a range of educational and recreational facilities. The area was once home to a group of people known as the Southeastern Pomo. Today the 1,065-acre (431-ha) park contains woodlands, grassy areas and a marsh, giving many hiking, learning, birdwatching and picnicking opportunities.
The Bothe-Napa Valley State Park can be found four miles south of Calistoga, CA. Picnicking and hiking are popular at this park.
Located just 90 minutes from San Francisco. Explore these 3 million year old petrified redwood trees. Open daily 10am to 6pm and 10am to 5pm in the winter.
Located seven miles from Calistoga, the Robert Louis Stevenson State Park is named for the author of Treasure Island. Mr. Stevenson spent his honeymoon here in 1880.
The Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park is home to a water-powered grist mill taht was built in 1846. Today, the mill has been partially restored and is a local landmark. This park also features the first church in the Napa Valley, as well as the Pioneer Cemetery.