Cheers from Calistoga, Napa Valley


Napa Valley's Wellness and Outdoor Destination

At the northernmost tip of Napa Valley, Calistoga is known for its geothermal hot springs and nutrient-rich mud comprised of volcanic ash. Dating back to the 1860s, wellness warriors flocked here for a warm-weather retreat.

The town’s mineral-rich waters and natural geothermal hot spring pools make it home to a number of spas, where visitors can soak it all in. Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga’s main drag, is lined with shops, tasting rooms, and eateries.

Known for

Spas and resorts from casual to chic, mud baths, geothermal hot spring pools, warm-climate high-elevation vineyards and wineries


Classic, easygoing, outdoorsy




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Calistoga’s Unique Mud Baths

Calistoga’s Unique Mud Baths

The town of Calistoga, at the north end of Napa Valley, offers some of the world's best mud bath spa experiences. The reason for their renowned reputation is the special mixture of mineral-rich mud found only in Calistoga, the long history of…

Calistoga's Hot Springs & Mineral Pools

Calistoga's Hot Springs & Mineral Pools

One of the hidden secrets of Napa Valley is its naturally occurring mineral hot springs in Calistoga. Powered by geothermal and volcanic activity, these mineral hot springs were discovered over 8,000 years ago. The earth's heat from below the…

The Ultimate Guide to Calistoga | A Three-Day Itinerary

The Ultimate Guide to Calistoga | A Three-Day Itinerary

On this three-day adventure, explore local history, hidden gems, and iconic landmarks of Napa Valley’s northernmost town, Calistoga. If you’ve ever visited Calistoga, you’ve likely heard about Sam Brannan – the…