Ahhh, Calistoga, come here to unplug from the everyday and enjoy life. Here you will find magnificent mud baths, the natural Calistoga mineral water and your road to wellness begins. This small town at the foot of the Napa Valley boasts geyser springs, gorgeous hiking trails and amazing restaurants. Along with world class wines in this region, top rated restaurants are also plentiful. A truly welcoming town with a breathtaking landscape. Calistoga itself lies in between two mountain ranges the Howell Mountain to the east and the Mayacamas Range to the west which highlights the Palisades and Mount Saint Helena landscape that is remarkable. A little slice of heaven. One of the best ways to see it all is by taking a hot air balloon ride.
Located 79 miles north of San Francisco with a population slightly over 5,000 it shares the Napa Valley’s mediterranean climate yet slightly warmer in the summer months as it is further from the San Francisco Bay and the narrowest part of the valley. With 38 inches of rain per year it nourishes this agricultural region and enhances the beauty of the existing stunning vistas. Pioneer Park located in the middle of town has a great summer concert series and the park can be enjoyed year round.
In 1920 Giuseppe Musante, a store owner drilled for cold water and found a hot water source. He soon sold Calistoga Sparkling Mineral Water which is known today as Calistoga Water Company.
California’s first millionaire Samuel Brannan purchased two thousand acres in Calistoga in the late 1800’s, part of his real estate investment is now known as the Indian Springs Resort.
Find Calistoga Homes for sale in links below
- up to $599,999
- Over 5 Million
- Vineyards & Farms
- Land & Lots
- Mobile Homes
Dining and Shopping
- Sam’s Social Club @ Indian Springs
Wineries and Tasting Salons
- Bennett Lane
- Chateau Montelena
- Larkmead Vineyards
- Schramsberg Vineyards
- Twomey Cellars
- Sterling Vineyard Tram
- Castello di Amoroso’s medieval castle
- Hot Air Balloon Rides
- Mud Baths
- Indian Springs mineral water pools
- Old Faithful Geyser of California
- Culinary Institute
- Safari Wildlife Preserve
- Concerts in Pioneer Park (June-August)
- Farmer’s Market
- Hometown Parades 4th of July & lighted tractor parade
Parks and Recreation
- Bothe-Napa Valley State Park
- Robert Louis Stevenson State Park
- Oat Hill Mine Trail is walking distance from town
- Pioneer Park
- Mt. St. Helena Golf Course
Calistoga is 79 miles to San Francisco, 113 miles to San Jose and 85 miles to Sacramento.