Calistoga Spa Hot Springs

1006 Washington St., Calistoga, California, 94515, United States
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We went to Calistoga Spa Hot...

by BrendaLehr

We went to Calistoga Spa Hot Springs and soaked in their giant octagonal jet pool, then swam in the mineral pool. It was very relaxing, we had a day pass so we left and ate lunch and shopped, wine tasted and then came back and swam again.

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Great American Spas

by Paris92

Hey everyone, it's VT staffer, Courtney and I have a question for you--Europe usually ends up getting the credit for the best spa experiences, so I'm trying to do some research about really terrific American spas--what are some of your favorites? Do you go just for a day or do you make a vacation out of it? What would be your top pick? What amentities do they have that keep you coming back?

Can't wait to hear your responses!

Courtney

Re: Great American Spas

by NorCal08

Indian Hot Springs, Calistoga, California. Natural hot springs...been around since 1861, Olympic size, geyser heated pool. Great mud baths with local volcanic ash, massages, etc....gotten a little pricey the past few years but still worth a visit.

Re: Great American Spas

by USanFrancisco

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There are some amazing spas, but they are expensive. You usually get what you pay for if atmosphere is what you are looking for.

Re: Great American Spas

by Paris92

Volcanic ash? Interesting--I never knew they used that for treatments.

Weather in Napa Valley and Yosemite End of October

by riorich55

I've read the information on weather conditions in both these areas on line, but wanted to get a first person experience with anyone who either lives in or close to these areas or has travelled through these areas in the last third of the month of October.

Re: Weather in Napa Valley and Yosemite End of October

by xymmot

I think it is the best time to go. Crisp clean air, not to hot, cool at night.I stayed at Calistoga Hot Spring and Spa and enjoy winery in the day and warm hot spring pool at night. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Weather in Napa Valley and Yosemite End of October

by GracesTrips

I have also gone to Napa/Sonoma in October as well as November. It's a great time to go. The fall season is beautiful and it's not cold during the day. The evenings can get a little chilly if you want to dine outdoors. I don't know about the weather in Yosemite. I also have lots of tips and pics on my Napa, Sonoma and Healdsburg travel pages. Have fun!

Re: Weather in Napa Valley and Yosemite End of October

by travelgourmet

As mentioned, October is a great fall month to visit Napa. The only problem would be if you wanted to see the vines filled with grapes. Most vines are harvested from late August into October, depending on the weather and grape conditions. Late October and some vines still will be harvested if the summer was not too hot. Crowds of wine followers will be present if the harvest and crush is on. October has the heavy aroma of grapes in the air due to all the harvesting and the crush.

Re: Weather in Napa Valley and Yosemite End of October

by travelgourmet

Yosemite in the late fall can get temps from 47F to 87F and a 50-50 chance of some rain. The good is that the fall colors are at their best in late October and the crowds are gone, while the bad is that the waterfalls, unless it has been raining are not at their best.

Travel Tips for Calistoga

Calistoga of Sarafornia

by karenincalifornia

"Muddy the waters"

Calistoga is located at the northern end of Napa Valley. It's my favorite part of the valley. It sits right on top of thermal hot springs, so it has become famous for its mud and mineral baths. Its nearest neighbors are some of the finest wineries in California, yet it also has the largest collection of seedy spas and mudbaths in California.

Four reasons why I'm a big fan of Calistoga:

1. Less likely to get fog if the rest of the Bay Area is fogged in (I am really, really sick of the fog this summer!)
2. Fewer wineries that charge for tasting
3. Not as crowded as the town of Napa (to the south)
4. Countryside is prettier, hillier and more forested than the rest of Napa

The thermal hot springs have attracted dozens of spas. This was all started by Sam Brannan, an entrepreneur who grabbed up all the geyser lands in the area to build a resort-spa in the 1860's. Dozens of other spa-developers quickly followed suit. I've never "taken the waters" here or jumped into a mud bath so I can't give you any recommendations on that front. Notwithstanding my lack or recommendations, if mud or mineral baths are your thing, this is the place to come.

Brannan opened Hot Springs Hotel in 1860, promoting it as the "Saratoga of California." Legend has it that one evening after having a few too many, he declared instead, "I will make this place the Calistoga of Sarafornia." The name stuck and Calistoga became the name of the town.

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Address: 1006 Washington St., Calistoga, California, 94515, United States