Napa County, CA, USA

Napa County, CA, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 451 vacation rentals near Napa County. From 206 houses to 88 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Napa County for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Napa County is not just for serious oenophiles

Welcome to Napa Valley, arguably the country's most famous wine region. Even if you don't know your Sauvignon Blancs from you Pinot Noirs, everyone's welcome to experience viticulture in the Valley. Once you've dropped into your fill of the 900 or so wineries that dot the landscape, you can swing by some of the finest restaurants this side of San Fran. It's not all about the vino though. Here, you can take to the skies in hot air balloons, enjoy scenic walks through the redwood forests or cast in your line to fish for your supper.

Take to the skies over Napa County

Even if a tipple of vino isn't your thing, don't let that stop you staying in a Napa County vacation rental. While you're there, you can take to the skies to see the beautiful rows of vines from above, or see them close up from the back of a bicycle. A popular vacation idea is walking from one Napa Country vacation rental to another, passing the soaring redwood forests and vines along the way. Alternatively, kick back on the banks of the river and spend a sunny afternoon fishing, or saddle up to trot along the equestrian trails.

Winery hopping in Napa County

It'll come as no surprise that most of the attractions are centered around the wineries. Serious oenophiles can hop aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train, for the wine and dining experience through the heart of the county. Alternatively, there are countless wineries which you can drop into to learn about the process of wine production and sample astonishingly good reds and whites. You can complement it with a visit to the multi-use Napa Valley Museum, which exhibits everything from art to cultural artifacts from the Valley. Where there's good wine, there's always good food to pair with it, and Napa Valley is no exception.

Napa County is busiest during harvest season

Napa's high season, unsurprisingly, is during the annual harvest between August and October. Though the weather will be bright and the harvesting of grapes is a fascinating sight to see, even if you're a wine buff, there are other seasons that can be just as pleasant. If you want to get the balance between the price and climate, try to nab a Napa County vacation rental between March and May, when the landscape awakens from winter and begins to bloom. For rock-bottom prices on Napa vacation rentals, visit in winter, when crowds are thin on the ground.

It's not all about wine in Napa County

Napa County is awash with woodlands and wetlands, making it one of the most diverse regions of San Francisco. Ornithologists and twitchers will be particularly taken, as Napa County sits directly on the Pacific Flyway, a route used by migrating birds flying between Mexico and Canada. At last count, there's more than 400 species to tick off your lists. If that's not enough, depending on which time you stay in a Napa County vacation rental, there are plenty of other beasts to spot, including the last species of bear in the state and the elusive mountain lion.