Calistoga is the perfect place to relax, enjoy the fine wines.

Welcome to Calistoga

There’s more to Calistoga than its hot springs, world-class wines and relaxed charm. The natural and cultural history of this northern Napa Valley town adds another dimension to the wine country experience.

Calistoga Statistics

City: 18.28 sq mi (47.33 km2)
Population (2010)
City: 5,155

Home Values
Average Price: $1,697,951
Total Listings: 345
Avg. Price/SQFT: $527
Highest Price: $20,000,000

by Visit Napa Valley

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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.

Much of the region’s history is still alive in Calistoga, from authentic Victorian architecture to the city’s famous mineral hot springs. In fact, its historic roots are so intact that the National Trust for Historic Preservation named Calistoga a “Distinctive Destination”. It recognizes Calistoga as one of an elite group of American communities dedicated to preserving its town’s character and sense of place.


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