Welcome to American Canyon
Convenient and affordable, this section of Napa is full of nature preserves and wetlands
Located at the southern tip of Napa Valley, American Canyon offers easy access to San Francisco via the Bay Ferry in Vallejo.
Developed as a residential area following World War II and incorporated as a town in 1992, the once sleepy American Canyon is now growing — commercial districts are filling up with posh restaurants and locally-owned boutiques — but the city has also maintained much of its natural beauty. Acres of rolling hills, wetlands and nature preserves abound.
What to Love
- Offers easy access to San Francisco via the Bay Ferry
- Commercial districts are currently growing
- Acres of rolling hills, wetlands and nature preserves provide much natural beauty
Home to some 20,000 residents, this casual town is extremely grounded. Locals love the laid back vibe here which is celebrated by a range of casual dining options and coffee shops.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Things to Do
Residents of American Canyon love to take in the breathtaking views at the 620-acre Newell Open Space Preserve which features a eucalyptus grove and herds of grazing, free-range cattle.
The flat, 1.4-mile Napa River Bay Trail is also a great form of entertainment for outdoor enthusiasts and golfers can tee off at Eagle Vines or Chardonnay Golf Club, an aptly-named course that meanders through acres of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapevines.
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