This small city (population ~20,000)  is the southernmost city in the Napa Valley, and as such is the beginning of the Napa Valley. The Napa River lies to the city's west, to the east you'll find the foothills of the Sulphur Springs Mountains, Solano County lies to the south, and the famous vineyards to the north. It's a great starting point for your adventure.

Things to Do in American Canyon

Stacy's Wine Tours

 Sit back, relax, and enjoy your very own customized wine tour. Stacy's specializes in small boutique wineries, and even breweries. They provide luxury transportation or will simply act as designated driver of your own vehicle. How about a gourmet picnic? Or maybe you'd rather elope or renew your vows? If so, they have you covered. Customers love the courteous, knowledgeable staff and attention to detail the company provides.

Marshall's Farm

In a region so famous for its wines, you may be surprised to learn that the region's Mediterranean climate favors honey, too. Marshall's Farm produces several varieties of gourmet organic honey, as well as yummy honey mix-ins like nut and fruit combinations, beeswax products, and more. Sample from your favorite regions or choose infusions such as Eucalyptus-Acacia and Lavender.

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