Four Springs Retreat Center

Four Springs Retreat Center

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DIRECTIONS:

BY AUTOMOBILE:
Four Springs is approximately 85 miles from San Francisco, just north of the Napa valley near Middletown, CA.

FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
Shortest Route: Drive north on 101 through Santa Rosa and take the River Road/Mark West/Calistoga exit to the right, heading east on Mark West Road. Mark West Road becomes Porter Creek Highway after about 5 miles. Continue for another 5 miles until the road ends at a flashing red light. Go left at this intersection, onto Petrified Forest Road, following signs for Calistoga. After about 5 miles, Petrified Forest Road ends.Turn left onto Foothill Blvd. for 8/10ths of a mile, and then right at Tubbs Lane. After 1.3 miles Tubbs Lane comes to an end.Turn left (up the mountain) on Hwy. 29, toward Middletown.

Approximately 15 miles beyond the intersection of Tubbs Lane and Hwy. 29, you will pass Rancheria Road and the Twin Pine casino on the left. The next intersection is marked “Dry Creek Cutoff.”

Turn left at this intersection, and immediately bear left onto Sheveland Road (Dry Creek Cutoff goes to the right). Four Springs is at the end of Sheveland Road, 1 mile from the highway.

FROM THE EAST BAY
Take I-80 east past Vallejo to Hwy 37 (says “To Napa”). Drive about 2 miles to Hwy 29 and turn right. Take 29 North through Calistoga toward Middletown. Approximately 16 miles north of Calistoga on 29, you will pass Rancheria Road and the Twin Pine casino. The next intersection is marked “Dry Creek Cutoff.”

Turn left at this intersection, and immediately bear left onto Sheveland Road (Dry Creek Cutoff goes to the right). Four Springs is at the end of Sheveland Road, 1 mile from the highway.
Anyone coming from the Bay Area has the option of taking the Silverado Trail by getting off 29 around Napa and taking Trancas through town to Silverado. Worth the effort, it has some great valley views.

FROM SACRAMENTO:
Drive North on I-5 to Williams. Take Hwy 20 West to Hwy 53 (left turn); follow 53 South to 29 South to Middletown. From Middletown, continue on 29 South to Dry Creek Cutoff, about 1 mile from Middletown. Make a right turn from the highway, and bear left onto Sheveland Road.

BY AIR:
San Francisco, Oakland and Sacramento airports are each about two and a half hours from Four Springs by car.