With a population of just over 5,000, Calistoga sits at the top of the
beautiful Napa Valley. Famous for healing mineral hot springs, wineries and
hospitality, this charming town has a rich history evident in the authentic
facades and Victorian architecture of its businesses and homes.
The Napa County Fairgrounds, home of ENGAGE Art
, are centrally located, just a 10 minute walk from downtown Lincoln Street
through the charming residential neighborhood of historic Calistoga. The
Fairgrounds offer ample parking as well as complimentary shuttle to transport
ENGAGE Art Fair and downtown cafes, restaurants and hospitality
Weather-wise, Napa Valley is blessed with a
temperate climate year-round. In April, visitors can expect warm sunny days and
cool nights. Temperatures at that time of year generally range from a day-time
high in the 70’s to the 40’s at night.
Nearby Napa Valley towns to the south include:
St. Helena (about a 15 minute drive), Rutherford (25 minutes), Yountville (40
Napa (50 minutes). Santa Rosa is the closest large city (30 minutes west) and both Sacramento and San Francisco are about a 2 hour drive.
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