If you don’t believe California has a leaf-peeping season, you haven’t seen enough of the Napa Valley. With so much of the state’s population living on or near the coast, where Mediterranean plants thrive, many people miss the opportunity to enjoy the changing leaves of California.
The fall colors in Napa change like the aging of fine wine too. Most people forget that grapevines across the Napa Valley vineyards change color just like the trees, so you get a double flashy blast of yellows, oranges, and vivid reds on the ground and in the trees. The low winds usually mean that the colors stick around on the vines and in the trees for some time too, so you can enjoy them a little longer in Napa Valley.
October is time to grab a jacket and watch the changing leaves. Join us by making your reservation today at the Napa Valley Hotel and Suitesor call 707-226-1871.
October is that special time of year when the days grow shorter and everyone prepares for winter by stocking up their pantries and pulling out winter clothes. If you’re like most people, you should be ready for a little fall fun. Bring the kids to Napa Valley and enjoy pumpkin patches, corn mazes, hay rides, and more.
- Stanly Lane Pumpkin Patch – an annual event that many locals visit every year, this pumpkin patch is a celebration of fall for adults and kids. Climb on a straw bale mountain 13 layers high, scramble through the corn maze, and pick up the pumpkins you need for Halloween. Admission is FREE.
- Pick of the Patch Pumpkins at ABC Tree Farm in American Canyon – select from pumpkins already gathered from the field, and stay for the bounce houses, slides, and obstacle courses for the kids. Visit the retail stores to pick up last-minute Halloween specialty items for your home.
Start with a hearty breakfast within walking distance of our hotel and fuel up, then head out for some October fun in Napa Valley!
Check our room availability at Napa Valley Hotel and Suites. Call us at 707-226-1871 to arrange your stay and enjoy a special harvest season this year in Napa Valley.