for the popularity of this California region.
The top reason to visit and stay in a Napa timeshare is for the vineyards, as these vineyards produce award-winning wines each year. You can take part in a tasting session that lets you sample glasses from multiple vintages before deciding which ones you want to send home or take back to your timeshare. Some vineyards even offer classes for visitors who want to learn how to taste and sample wines. Some of the top vineyards in Napa include Robert John Vineyards, Starmont Winery and Vineyards, Taylor Family Vineyards and John Anthony Vineyards. Many of these wineries open as early as 10 in the morning.
Take Your Kids
Though some think Napa is just for adults, there are some fun things you can do with your children too. At the di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art, you can see some of the best art created in California and introduce your children to some unique pieces that they won't see anywhere else. Kids love Connolly Ranch because it offers programs and activities just for them. Saturday Farm Camp is a special program offered every Saturday that lets you drop off your kids and spend the day resting in your Napa timeshare or exploring the region. You can also take your kids to the Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park for a tour of the working mill, which shows your family how settlers in the area once lived.
You'll always find some fun things to do when you visit Napa. The city is home to the Old Faithful Geyser, which shoots a steady stream of water directly into the air at least once every 30 minutes. When you pick up a picnic lunch on your way, you can enjoy the view of the geyser as you eat. The Oxbow Public Market is the perfect place to pick up prepared meals and snacks that make the most of local ingredients.
As so many people come to their Napa timeshare for the wine, it's not surprising that the peak tourist season coincides with the harvest season. This season runs from August to October. Many visitors come to see the vineyards harvesting grapes and producing wine. This means that you'll wait longer to get into local attractions and to get a seat at the bar or in your favorite restaurants. If you head to Napa in September or November, you can get access to the same great wines at a lower price. The late spring through the early summer is a good time to visit too, especially between May and June.