The Alamo Creek Bikeway is a shaded path along Alamo Creek in Vacaville. The trail connects residents with several parks, including Nelson Park, Patwin...More Info
Vacaville's many parks and trails offer miles of hiking and sweeping vistas. Get out and explore the natural beauty of our little corner of Northern California!
Whether you're a serious backpacker or just looking to take a break with a quick hike, Vacaville's scenic beauty and wide open spaces are ready for exploring. Take in epic views from the hills above Browns Valley, test your stamina and hike the Tower Trail at Pena Adobe, or enjoy a quiet walk in the trees on the Alamo Creek path.
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The Browns Valley Open Space is a wide expanse of land, hiking trails, and basalt boulders on the North side of Vacaville. To get there, most people...More Info
Nestled between Blue Ridge and Cedar Roughs, east of the Napa Valley and just 20 minutes from Vacaville, Lake Berryessa offers year-round recreation...More Info
Lake Solano Park is located at the base of coastal foothills west of the town of Winters and offers an array of recreational opportunities. A...More Info
Just off I-80 in Vacaville you’ll find beautiful Pena Adobe & Lagoon Valley Park. With over 470 acres of unspoiled hiking and biking trails featuring...More Info
The Putah Creek area is just downstream from where the Monticello Dam forms Lake Berryessa. A favorite for fishing, swimming, birding, and hiking, this...More Info
The park is 633 beautiful acres of grasslands and oak woodlands, with a dense mixed broadleaf forest. The rich, biological and diverse habitats provide...More Info
The Southside Bikeway connects downtown Vacaville via a former Sacramento Northern Railway corridor to the city's southern neighborhoods near Al Patch...More Info
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