Kids in wine country? Absolutely!
Whether you're traveling to Napa Valley with toddlers or teenagers (and those in between), there's plenty to do to satisfy everyone.
Top Things to Do with Kids
Tour a Napa farm. For hands-on experiences with wildlife, check out Connolly Ranch, a working farm in Napa with an education center that sponsors programs to teach little ones all about nature. They also offer a new Saturday Farm Camp, where adults can spend some guilt-free hours exploring the Napa Valley while the kids have fun unplugging on the 12-acre ranch.
Explore a castle winery in Calistoga. If you're looking to bring the kids along for a wine tasting, a handful of wineries will accommodate everyone. Castello di Amorosa is a medieval-inspired Tuscan castle complete with dungeons, drawbridges, and animals out front. Hosts pour underage drinkers grape juice while they pour wine for mom and dad.
Stay and have fun in Calistoga. On the northern side of the valley, the Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa's 50 rooms are filled with whimsical touches, like jump ropes and hula hoops, along with lots of community-building activities, like board games and weekly pool parties.
Rest your head in Napa. Vista Collina is an ideal choice for families, with suites that have fully equipped kitchens and a grocery store on property. Younger guests can run around The Village's expansive community lawn, swim in the pool and attend many family-friendly events throughout the year.