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The Weather in Calistoga
This is the climate diagram in Calistoga. September is the warmest month of the year in Calistoga with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 84°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is September while the driest month is September.
Enjoy relaxing Calistoga with a vacation home
Wedged at the base of Mount Saint Helena on Napa Valley's north end, Calistoga is a part of California's Wine Country. It has long-attracted vacationers for its hot springs, mud baths, and healing mineral waters. The small town can be explored from the comfort of a vacation rental.
Uncovering Calistoga's culinary secrets
Begin with Downtown Calistoga's very own Evangeline's where locals throng. The Michelin-star Solbar restaurant at Solage Resort regales discerning foodies with its signature dishes served in a lush fountain and palm tree setting.
Named for California’s first millionaire, Samuel Brannan, Sam's Social Club features hearty American fare in an Indian Springs Mission Revival-style architectural ambiance.
Calistoga offers families with kids options spanning hot air balloon rides, glider rides, kayaking trips, and more. Safari West is a lovely spot to view animals such as giraffes, Sarus cranes, and flamingoes up close. You can spend the night in tents and listen to the sound of the animals here.
The Napa Valley Wine Train serves up luscious gourmet meals as the scenery whizzes by. A must for families!
Explore the region's wineries with a bike rental from The Calistoga Bike Shop – they even propose wine tours and bike routes. Recommended are Clos Pegase and Castello di Amarosa, a marvellous 14th century Tuscan castle winery. Sterling Vineyards is also nice with its aerial Napa Valley views.
Next comes one of the American West's most-visited sites, the Old Faithful Geyser of California. Fancy walking through gigantic redwood trees turned into stone by a volcano aeons ago? Don't miss the mystical Petrified Forest walk.
Consider hiking or horseback riding through the Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, and look out for the ruins of a pioneer graveyard and church here. The park's campsites include handy hot showers and rest rooms. A drive out to Clear Lake and Harbin Hot Springs is a good idea too.
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