The Napa Valley is a walkable, dog-friendly destination filled with surprises for two and four-legged visitors alike. It’s home to dog-friendly parks, hotels, wineries, and restaurants, making it a “paw-fect” place to have an unforgettable time with your best bud.
Napa Valley Dog-Friendly Parks and Trails
Begin your day with a visit to Calistoga’s Old Faithful Geyser, one of only three “faithful” geysers worldwide that reliably erupts every 15 to 30 minutes. It’s a pet-friendly spot where leashed dogs are welcome to explore the trails and the museum grounds. It’s especially lovely during wildflower season, which runs from early March to mid-May.
- For everyone’s safety, keep your dog leashed at all times.
- Please pick up after your dog so everyone can enjoy the park worry-free!
- Don’t let your pet trample plants or chase park wildlife.
Napa Restaurants Welcome Your Pup!
One of the area’s best spots for canines is along Napa’s River Walk, where dog-friendly sidewalk tables line the streets in front of restaurant after restaurant. You’ll also find dog-friendly seating on the patio of the Oxbow Public Market and at various tasting rooms throughout downtown.
Enjoy Downtown Joe’s Outdoor Dining With Your Dog
Downtown Joe’s is ready to welcome your dog, too! DogTrekker® praises us for our generous pet-friendly hospitability and prominence on the craft-brew scene, and we work hard to live up to our reputation. Why not stop by and sample a few of our premiums beers after a day of hiking and playing catch? Our regulars and visitors love enjoying their favorite brews at any one of our three outdoor seating sections. Dogs particularly love the Park Side Patio and The River Terrace with their views of the river and riverwalk.
Ready to start a Napa Valley getaway with your faithful companion by your side? Be sure to include a visit to Downtown Joe’s! We’re open for indoor and outdoor dining every day and accept phone reservations up to four hours before seating time and online reservations 24 hours in advance. We also welcome walk-ins, and the wait is never long.