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A little about Calistoga

Nestled among the oak-studded mountains at the northern end of the Napa Valley, Calistoga has the charm of a small town and the sophistication of a European spa. Famous for its natural hot springs, resorts, and healing mud baths, Calistoga has drawn residents and visitors to the Napa Valley for over a hundred years. Surrounded by vineyards and world-famous wineries, Calistoga is the perfect place to relax, enjoy the fine wines and sample the outstanding regional cuisine. Stroll down the tree-lined streets of the downtown area, window shop in a local boutique, relax in a warm, volcanic mud bath, or dine in a small bistro or outdoors under the stars. Calistoga is within easy driving distance from Sonoma County Airport, 30 minutes away, and from Oakland, Sacramento, and San Francisco International Airports, 90 minutes away.

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The history of Calistoga

The Upper Napa Valley was once the home of a significant population of Indigenous People, called the Wappo during the Spanish colonial era of the late 18th century. With abundant oak trees providing acorns as a food staple and the natural hot springs as a healing ground Calistoga (Wappo: Nilektsonoma, "Chicken Hawk Place")[5] was the site of several villages. Following Mexican Independence, mission properties were secularized and disposed of by the Mexican government with much of the Napa Valley being partitioned into large ranchos in the 1830s and 1840s. The first Anglo settlers began arriving in the 1840s, with several taking up lands in the Calistoga area. In 1920, Giuseppe Musante, a soda fountain and candy store owner in Calistoga, was drilling for a cold water well at the Railway Exchange when he tapped into a hot water source. In 1924 he set up a bottling line and began selling Calistoga Sparkling Mineral Water. The company became a major player in the bottled water business

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1133 Washington St
Calistoga, California

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Businesses in Calistoga, California

Here is a collection of downtown Calistoga, California businesses. Clicking on the thumbnail image, or the blue "View Member" will take you to that businesses page. We've included some jump links so that you can easily navigate to different categories of businesses. Those, can be found directly below as icons. Or, there is a list of categories in the menu bar.


Calistoga Pottery


Handcrafted art made for daily use


Lee Youngman Gallery


Work by important national and regional artists


Stix and Stones Gallery


a down to earth gallery


Calistoga RV Park


Conveniently located to explore the wine country


Casa Lana B & B and Gourmet Retreats


Mediterranean style B&B and Hands-on Cooking School


Eurospa and Inn


Conveniently located steps away from historic Lincoln Avenue


Meadowlark Country House


Renowned for our magnificent picture-perfect setting


Solage Calistoga


Cosmopolitan luxuries take on enlightened, comfortable attitude


The Chanric Inn


Sensual amenities and tantalizing sustenance.


Calistoga Balloons

Museums / Attractions

We fly all year!


Castello di Amorosa

Museums / Attractions

Italian style wines


Chateau Montelena

Museums / Attractions

Make the Best. Period


Clos Pegase Winery

Museums / Attractions

Award-winning,estate wines and luxury hospitality


Diamond Mountain Stables

Museums / Attractions

Located in the foothills of the Napa Valley


Mount Saint Helena Golf Course

Museums / Attractions

A diamond in the rough


Smith's Trout Farm and Hatchery

Museums / Attractions

We are very Kid and Family Friendly!


Sterling Vineyards

Museums / Attractions

For wine lovers with impeccable taste


All Seasons


Fresh, seasonal cuisine




Authentic Southern Italian cuisine


Busters Southern BBQ


It's Not Just Eating, It's An Experience


Calistoga Kitchen


Featuring Fine Local Fare


Village Bakery


We specialize in award-winning hearth breads


ASOBIKAN -Calsitoga Jujitsu Institute


Specializing in AJJF/ Danzan Ryu Jujitsu


Baths at Roman Spa


Relax and revitalize


Jill Hoff Studio


Yoga and pilates, fun and challenging movement


A Man's Supply


life life - work hard - play fair




A unique and intimate woman's boutique


Calistoga Bikeshop


Bike sales, service, rental and tours


The American Indian Trading Company


An undiscovered gem - Frommer's Guide