Napa Region of California: Temporary Housing and More
Napa Valley is all about the wine industry and is a world renown resort destination for wine tasting and therapeutic hot springs, such as those found in Calistoga. However, wine grapes are grown on over 90% of all agricultural lands in the region. Allow the experts at Key Housing to assist you in selecting the perfect temporary housing.
- St. Helena
- American Canyon
The city of Napa is the gateway to the popular wine trail which brings plenty of tourism revenue and demand for temporary housing to the city annually. The area’s more than 300 wineries provide a large number of jobs in the region. The wine and vineyard sector is the largest employer in the Napa region and the sector’s combined direct and related positions are the primary driving force of the economy. The Napa River traverses the city on its journey to the San Pablo Bay. Cultural development along the waterfront of the river have kept the Napa Valley a popular tourist destination featuring a number of restaurants and other attractions.
While the Patwin American Indian peoples originally populated the area, by the time Europeans arrived, the Napa Region had six separate warring tribes. The first European presence was a Spanish Fort built in 1776. The area was eventually settled in the 1830’s, and American immigrants began to arrive in the 1840’s. The region became part of the United States following the Mexican-American War in 1848.