Visiting Napa Valley

Napa Valley is one of California’s most popular vacation destinations. It caters to those looking to enjoy things like spas, hot springs, vineyards and more.

Harbin Hot Springs is one of the more secluded hot springs in the area. It sits on 5,000 acres. The resort is perfect for camping, but many RV enthusiasts stop in just for the day. Visitors can get a six hour day pass that allows them to indulge in the springs, either hot or cold. Those who need even more relaxation might consider signing up for a couple’s massage or “Watsu”, an in water shiatsu massage. Visitors should be aware that Harbin Hot Springs allows ‘clothing optional’ sunning and soaking in the springs. Most guests dress conservatively, but it is best to be aware.

A visit to Castello di Amorosa is a visit to a romantic getaway. It was built in 2007 and is a recreation of a Tuscan castle. Visitors can tour the grounds, the vineyards and the castle. General admission of $18 for adults includes a tasting of five wines. Castle tours are $33.

Bothe-Napa Valley State Park is a great home base for those touring the wine country. This secluded park offers well spaced sites that can accommodate trailers and RVs up to 24 feet. RVs up to 31 feet are welcome in the group area but must be part of a group of nine or more. Be sure to book early as the sites fill up quickly, particularly in the summer months.

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