Gateway to Napa Valley Wine Country, which boasts more than 400 wineries.

Welcome to Napa

Napa Valley's dream river town, lively with high-end restaurants and wineries.
Napa is the gateway to Napa Valley Wine Country, which boasts more than 400 wineries and is popular for its pricey Cabernet Sauvignon. Napa has been occupied for at least two centuries. The many historical buildings and the unique culture and art are a testament to the rich history of Napa.
The riverfront promenade in the town, with chic shops and restaurants surrounded by vineyard estates, gives the area a unique feel you cannot find elsewhere. Whatever people look for in a Wine Country town can be impeccably found in Napa.

What to Love

  • Napa Valley Wine Train
  • Hiking, biking, and walking community
  • Hip wine-tasting rooms
  • Bustling community
  • Kayaking
  • Elegant, comfortable, and laid-back living

Local Lifestyle

Vines and wines are the predominant things in this charming community, but Napa's good life doesn't stop at the glass. When you're not in the wine-tasting rooms, you can still enjoy lively nightlife, incomparable eats, and scenic views during one of the many outdoor activities the area offers.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Shopping in Napa is a sport of its own. The luscious dishes served along with award-winning local wines in quirky venues never stop to amaze, and when the day folds, the thriving Napa nightlife bursts into life with music and trendy entertainment.
Remarkably, Oakville Grocery has held its reputation for decades as the place friends meet to share the best handcrafted fine wines and beers. Select from over 200 collections of the best of the best wines from Napa and Sonoma counties here. There is even an 1881 Napa Wine History Museum with a remarkable collection of winemaking relics at Oakville Grocery.
Looking for some local tastes by acclaimed chefs? Oxbow Public Market is the community's gathering location for great culinary products and dishes. Its dining options feature local ingredients such as tacos, charcuterie, olive oil, or oysters on the picturesque outdoor deck overlooking the Napa River.

Things to Do

The list of things to do in Napa is quite long, but there's somewhere you'll want to start with—the Napa Valley Wine Train. Taking the 36-mile round-trip on the wine train is a journey down memory lane where you’ll learn about the decades-old wine history of Napa Valley. The Wine Train takes you on a discovery spree along St. Helena, making stops at some of the most popular and celebrated wineries. The onboard cuisines, the scenic exploration of the Napa Valley, and the peculiar wine tasting along the journey make it an unforgettable experience.
Likewise, Napa locals eagerly await the annual BottleRock concert. This 3-day show features live music from celebrated artists, wine from the best wineries, and a great food scene.
Wine enthusiasts and international visitors meet at The Napa Wine Auction every June for exceptional tastings, events, dining, and auctions. Napa Wine Auction has grown since its 1981 inauguration to become the largest and most efficacious charity wine auction in the US.


The best schools in Napa County are located in Napa City. Some of the notable ones include:
  • Justin Sienna, grades 9-12, a private Catholic school ranked #1 in the county

Overview for Napa, CA

79,700 people live in Napa, where the median age is 39.9 and the average individual income is $44,621. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

39.9 years

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