Napa Valley Paddle teaches people to walk on water. Armed with a fleet of stand-up paddleboards, instructors get riverine explorers up and standing during a brief on-shore lesson. From there, guests can embark on one of several tours of the pristine and revitalized Napa River. The Living River Tour takes tourists from the bay to the Oak Knoll Viticulture Area in Northern Napa, passing tidal marshes, four bridges, and the restored Oxbow Preserve along their way. Napa Valley Paddle's newest tour departs from their brand new boat launch and culminates in an oyster and wine barbecue on the river at Downtown Joe's.
The sport is known for its cross-training and ab-blasting benefits, and in addition to being an effective exercise, it can also double as bonding experience. To that end, Napa Valley Paddle leads educational tours or team-building excursions.
Underneath the sky-blue rafters of Rockzilla's spacious indoor gym, a veritable mountain range of multicolored walls challenges climbers of all experience levels. Sheer-faced cliffs challenge the top-roping and lead-climbing techniques of both beginners and experts, and a mushroom-shaped structure builds skills in bouldering and reveals the fossil record of ancient screws and bolts. The mat-lined floor, harnesses, and dedication to belaying skills ensure every visitor's comfort and safety. In addition to hosting hangouts, parties, and team-building exercises onsite, Rockzilla crashes entire tectonic plates into customers' backyards, forming portable climbing walls available for rent.
In Focus: Lake Berryessa Boat and Jet Ski Rental
Location: the shores of Lake Berryessa, which span 167 miles
Rentals: pontoons, waverunners, paddleboards, wake boards, kayaks, and fishing boats
Weather: approximately 15 degrees warmer than Napa on average, and as much as 30 degrees warmer than San Francisco
Depths: up to 260 feet at the dam
Flora: oaks and pines dotting large, dune-colored hills
Fauna: salmon, trout, bass, catfish, chinook, and king fish
Amenities: picnic areas, swimming beaches, and plenty of lengthy side-channels for anglers
Head on over to Adventures Pass in Napa today and enjoy a thrill of a lifetime.
Ready, set, go! Navigate the field at Adventures Pass but remember to throw on some safety gear before the paintballing begins.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Plan a fun weekend for the family at Adventures Pass today!
Take your next outing to the next level: sea level. Spend the evening on a relaxing cruise with Blue Waters Kayaking in Inverness.
Feeling hungry? Sit down for a bite to eat at this center 's restaurant.
This center is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So if you're looking for an amazing boating experience in Inverness, look no further than Blue Waters Kayaking.
Coastal Kayak Fishing specializes in nautical adventures, helping its clients reel in fish and haul crab on guided expeditions. Kayaks make the already memorable wildlife excursions even more exciting, with the guests acting as captain and crew of their very own vehicles. Whether it's their first time on the water or they're seasoned anglers, the trips are a fun idea for friends, couples, and families.