For a complete guide to things to do in Calistoga, visit our local tourism website, VisitCalistoga.com. Here are some of our favorite local attractions.
Safari West is a renowned 400-acre private wildlife preserve located about 20 minutes west of downtown Calistoga. More info.
Some of the most outstanding hiking in the Bay Area is on the Palisades and Oat Hill Mine trails near Calistoga. More info.
Chateau Montelena is a Napa Valley winery most famous for winning the white wine section of the historic 1976 Judgment of Paris wine competition. It’s one of the most beautiful spots in the valley with its picturesque property and a great place to enjoy an afternoon tasting. More info.
Castello di Amorosa
Castello di Amorosa, the only 13th century-inspired, Tuscan castle and winery built in America, officially lowered its drawbridge for business in April 2007. Castello di Amorosa is nestled in the western hills, just a few miles south of downtown Calistoga. More info.
The Petrified Forest, just a few minutes from downtown Calistoga, is the only petrified forest in California from the Pliocene epoch. It also has the largest petrified trees in the world. More info.
This small, scenic geyser is backdropped by palm trees and mountains, plus a gift shop with locally made goods and fainting goats. More info.