NAPA Mill Development Company 500 Main St, Napa, CA94559 NAPA Mill Development Company is a subsidiary of Napa Mill River Inn. Currently, the company owns the grounds of the…More parking lot and garage for The Mill.
Established in 1987, the Napa Valley Yacht Club sits on the left bank of Napa River. It is a membership-based…More nonprofit organization geared toward those who enjoy the nautical side of Napa Valley. Its mission is to further water recreation on the Napa River and keep boating enthiasts connected. To achieve that mission, the club joined membership with the Napa Boat Club.
The yacht club space may also be rented for special or corporate events.
Amelia's Gifts at the Napa River Inn 500 Main St, Napa, CA94559 Amelia's Gifts at the Napa River Inn features apparel, handbags, jewelry, bed and bath items, gifts, totes by…More Christina Livingston, mohair shawls by Panda America, locally produced bath products by Elizabeth W. and more. Napa River souvenirs are also available at the boutique.
Napa River Inn 500 Main St, Napa, CA94559 Napa River Inn is a bed and breakfast in a building that is registered as a landmark and dates back to 1884. The…More river front setting provides guests with a dramatic atmosphere while the nearby Napa Valley downtown district hosts fine dining restaurants, cafes and jazz clubs. The Napa River Inn accommodates up to 250 individuals for events and is ideal for private meetings, parties and retreats.
Napa River Adventures P.O. Box 10881, Napa, CA94581 Napa River Adventures' guided cruises offer an exciting way to learn about Napa Valley, on an 11-passenger ElectraCraft…More motorboat. The watercraft has a table in the middle for beverages and snacks, and passengers are encouraged to bring picnic lunches. Guests can sit back and relax while Capt. Kevin Trzcinski provides an in-depth narrative of the river's history and the city's progress. Private and group tours are available.
River School 2447 Old Sonoma Rd, Napa, CA94558 In the late 1990s, a group of Napa families organized to form the first charter middle school in the Napa Valley Unified…More School District. The River School curriculum is based on the "Individual Education" model pioneered in the 1970s at a Hawaiian private school. River School principal Linda Inlay came to Napa after founding an independent school in Hawaii based on the Individual Education principles, now also called "Ho'ala Education" for the Hawaiian word meaning "awakening of the self."
Vista 360 at Pueblo Vista Elementary School 1600 Barbara Rd, Napa, CA94558 At this "environmental science magnet school," kids study Napa's river, creeks, soil, plants and wildlife in greater…More depth each year. Like other schools in the Napa Valley Unified School District, Vista 360 at Pueblo Vista accepts children from throughout Napa, Yountville and American Canyon through the district's open-enrollment policy.
Kennedy Park 3291 Streblow Dr., Napa, CA94558 Located next to Napa Valley College, Kennedy Park runs along Napa River with many trails looping back to the starting…More point. The park is an expanse of fields with marshes lining along the river. It has three parking lots with playgrounds for children, volleyball nets, and plenty of field space for tossing the frisbee or relaxing with the family. The duck pond is visited by many seasonal fowl.
Antique Shoppe 1408 2nd St, Napa, CA94559 The Antique Shoppe specializes in all things "Antique". The shoppe is located downtown close to the Napa River and Post…More Office.
Napa General Store 540 Main St, Napa, CA94559 The Napa General Store is a gift store, cafe and wine bar all in one. Located on the banks of the Napa River, there is…More outside seating in addition to an indoor eating area. The gift store is full of unique, artisanal gifts. One will find original paintings of the Napa Valley, posters and books of the local wine region. There are numerous wine accessories, furniture made from wine barrels and wrought iron decor. Handmade scarves, handcrafted glass jewelry, whimsical socks and rain boots are available in addition to luxury soaps and linens.
Heritage Park 1118 Pearl St, Napa, CA94559 Heritage Park is mostly a lawn area with a huge steel bridge over a little river. Very wheelchair friendly, it's a cool…More place to walk back and forth and check out the decorative lampposts on the bridge, the little river below and the stone archway where the river flows under the city. This park is right in downtown Napa.
Napa Sanitation District 935 Hartle Ct, Napa, CA94559 Just west of the Maxwell Bridge that carries Imola Avenue across the Napa River, the sanitation district's offices and…More corporation yard make strange but inevitable bedfellows. The tidy business office, with its wheelchair-van parking area, is all but hidden behind relocatable buildings housing technical services, while most of the corp yard is unpaved. A more permanent headquarters is in the works.
Napa County Flood Control 804 1st St, Napa, CA94559 The former site of the Chanterelle restaurant is now the headquarters of the county's flood control project. A…More quarter-cent sales tax - approved by county voters - helps fund work by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, local public-works agencies and private contractors to reduce the risk of river, stream and creek floods in the Napa Valley.
Napa River Inn 500 Main St, Napa, CA94559 Napa River Inn is a locally owned luxury boutique hotel situated in downtown Napa at the Historic Napa Mill. The lodging…More facility provides its guests with a variety of amenities including iPod docking stations, flat screen televisions, luxury linens and a two-course breakfast catered daily. All rooms are decorated with 19th century-style decor. The Inn is also home to a variety of restaurants, locally-owned shops, a jazz club and a spa. Many private events are held at the inn including weddings and corporate meetings. Room reservations can be made online.
Harvest Middle School 2449 Old Sonoma Rd, Napa, CA94558 Napa's newest middle school was reborn from the ashes of the city's last junior high, Ridgeview, which closed its doors…More decades ago. The once-crumbling westside campus has been completely modernized with funding from facilities bonds approved by Napa voters in the 2000s and is now home to two schools: Harvest, a traditional middle school in the Napa Valley Unified School District and River School, the district's only charter middle school.