Looking for things to do in St. Helena? Here are your best bets… wine, food, shopping, hiking, exploring, all just moments away from Napa Valley’s Main Street.

St. Helena Skateboard Park

Located in Crane Park, St. Helena Skate Park was opened in October 2009. The 18,000 square foot park was designed and constructed by Grindline Skateparks, Inc. The park is open seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. till dusk, and closed on rainy days. ​

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Bothe Napa Valley State Park

Located in the heart of the beautiful Napa Valley wine country, the Park offers camping, picnicking, swimming, and hiking trails that go through stands of coastal redwoods as well as forests of Douglas-fir, tanoak, and madrone.

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Carter & Co

Carter & Co is a dinnerware line, and it is a store, but more than either of those, Carter & Co is a community in Saint Helena, California.

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Castello di Amorosa

Castello di Amorosa produces classically structured Italian-style wines reflecting California's unique climate and soil—on an estate that's home to an authentic Tuscan castle.

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MEUSE Gallery St. Helena

Meuse Gallery St. Helena is front and center on Main Street in the most iconic and beautiful building in St. Helena.  Come explore the largest gallery space and biggest selection of Simon Bull artwork in our newly renovated historic space.  

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Cameo Cinema

Cameo Cinema is St. Helena's main street movie theater.  This historic venue, opened in 1913 as the G & G Theater is a Napa valley landmark. 

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Lyman Park

Lyman Park is located on the 1300 block of Main Street between Pine and Adams Streets. It has picnic tables, grassy areas, a gazebo and more.

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Mennen Park

A small, neighborhood pocket park, Peter Mennen Park (Voorhees Circle) is named after a local preservationist who funded the landscaping of the park.

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Moore Creek Park

  • 2602 Chiles Pope Valley Rd, St Helena, CA 94574
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Moore Creek Park encompasses 673 acres of canyon open space with perennial Moore Creek, and 900 acres of oak woodland on the northeastern side of Lake Hennessey.

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Stephen C. McCullagh Park

  • 1758 Crinella Drive, St. Helena 94574
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Stephen C. McCullagh Park was created through the Stephen C. McCullagh fund and in partnership with the City of St. Helena.  It is composed of rock-climbing structures that have been scaled to the height of young people.

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