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An excellent playground area with swings, slides and more! Open, big grass area! Picnic tables, pine trees, clean rest rooms and walkways all around the park.
We recommend this park to visitors with young children. (Yountville Chamber of Commerce Welcome Center) Also, check out the...More
This was just across from our hotel, the Vintage, and we went over and had our coffee there. A couple of really nice statues and plaques celebrating the founding families of the area. Beautiful roses and nice plantings. I like a fish statue -that was...More
Went here one morning for a walk. Was nice quiet and peaceful. Nothing to get to overly excited about, but just a nice open space for a leisurely stroll. Thought it was a little weird sitting across from an Indian burial ground.
I've been to Napa literally dozens of times and there lots of places to go and see, but for me, the tiny hamlet town of Yountville is, quite simply, perfection, it's an escape into a pace of life that I promise you will not want...More
Cleanest park bathrooms I have ever seen. never locked. Decent benches for lunch. But you do have a highway with six million tourists a year pumping out fumes. But a nice reprise from a a 'vegas of napa' side show, Families, volley ball and bocci.
So that may seem an odd statement but given that much of Yountville looks impossibly cute, we expected the local gendarmes to Just Say No to sitting in the little park with a picnic and open containers, flying in the face of Yountville corkage fees....More
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About the same. Generally 15-20 dollars a tasting unless you buy a bottle of wine. Then they wave the fee. Very few wineries do totally complementary tastings anymore. You can share a tasting which takes down the cost... More
About the same. Generally 15-20 dollars a tasting unless you buy a bottle of wine. Then they wave the fee. Very few wineries do totally complementary tastings anymore. You can share a tasting which takes down the cost. Really recommend if you are doing more than 2 wineries