- The list below includes 109 free or cheap things to do in or near Calistoga, California, including 87 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, National & State Parks, History Museums and Forests.
- From Bothe-Napa State Park to Petrified Forest, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Calistoga and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Rohnert Park and Guerneville.
A 40-lane bowling facility, Country Club Bowl offers open and league bowling with automatic scoring and bumpers. It provides a restaurant, a full-service bar, television screens for sports viewing, billiard tables, party hosting and arcade games.
Ferns Park offers a range of playground activities for children. There is a large wooden structure with lots of steps, turns, secret tunnels and a bridge. They also have swings for babies and regular swings along with a toddler section.
The Benicia State Capital and Historical Park is the only surviving pre-Sacramento capitol building still in existent. The interior of the site features period furnishing and exhibits, including desks with 19th century newspapers.
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First Street between B and D Streets, Benicia, CA 94510 MoreLess Info
The Benicia Certified Farmers Market is open seasonally, from April to October, every Thursday afternoon. The market features several local vendors who sell locally grown produce as well as some prepared foods.
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115 West G Street, Benicia, CA 94510 MoreLess Info
Holding the original California state capital building, the Benicia Capitol State Historic Park shows visitors the history of California. The building has reconstructions of the original furniture and writing desks used in the capitol.
Opened in 1998, the Artcentric Ceramic Painting Studio is a studio that allows guests to paint their own pottery, glass, or mosaics. Guests commonly visit the studio during birthday parties, group outings, or nights-out.
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Benicia Community Park, 100 Community Drive, Benicia, CA 94510 MoreLess Info
Named for a retired police dog, The Phenix Community Dog Park is a fenced canine recreation facility consisting of grass and trees. The park offers drinking water, benches, a small dog area, dog waste bags and a double-gated entrance.
Opened in 1981, the Benicia Fire Museum is a joint effort between the Benicia Volunteer Firemen Incorporated and the Benicia Fire Department. It houses fire engines from the 1800s, a replica hand pumper and hundreds of other fire-related items.