Visit Napa Valley strategically manages tourism. Our goal is to maintain and increase leisure travel and spending in the Napa Valley during non‐peak time periods, including November to April (Cabernet Season) and midweek, Sunday through Thursday nights.
On an ongoing basis we track visitor demographics, spending, length of stay and economic contributions to the community to show the true value of travel and why tourism matters in the Napa Valley.
I've lived here my whole life. And I just feel like it's very neighborly and very warm and comfortable. Tourism has helped benefit us all. It's helped benefit my family.
This is where I grew up and being in the hospitality industry has afforded me an opportunity to take care of my family and to raise my daughter in a place that I love.
We have so much great resources around us, there's a lot of inspirational people that really just push as hard as they can with the greatest products.
Wow, we do live in a great place. This is an awesome place. I have been here all of my life. I have family here.
There's not much of a drawback to having a better economy. It's better for everybody all the way down from contractors, people who aren't even in the tourism industry.
I get to help the guests with things to do in the Napa Valley. It makes their day. It puts a smile on their faces. And at the end of the day puts a smile on my face.
The Napa Valley - it's an inspiration for you to do anything. Napa is, for me it's my life. It's where I grew up and I thank the people that come visit us.
We're creating new ideas and it's always evolving so that's the best part of all of it. There's never a stagnant moment in my career.
Clay Gregory | Nov 9, 2017
Clay Gregory | Aug 31, 2017
This word cloud, created from visitor survey responses, shows that guests of the Napa Valley most enjoyed the region's world-class wine, scenic beauty and culinary experiences during their visit.