Oct 7, 2015
Local Vacaville, CA hiking trails to try out.
Even though fall has officially started, the California weather hasn’t quite cooled down, which makes it the perfect time to head out into the local area to enjoy a hike. Check out these hiking spots in the Vacaville area that you can enjoy with the whole family.
- Pena Adobe – just off of Interstate 80, Pena Adobe Park features the historic Pena Adobe home, horseshoe pit, barbecue areas, bike trails, and Lagoon Valley Lake that is perfect for non-motorized boating and fishing. You have your choice of many different trails that take you on different routes throughout the area.
- Rockville Hills Regional Park – the park encompasses almost 600 acres of oak woodlands and grasslands which features over 20 trails for you to choose from. No matter if you are looking to spend an entire day hiking or just want to get outside for a couple of hours, Rockville Hills has a trail for you.
- Browns Valley Hills – even though there are no trails that are officially marked, local hikers have been enjoying the open areas in the Brown Valley hills for years. Make your way up the steep slopes to find the hidden tire swing and enjoy the sweeping views of the Vacaville area.
- Lake Solano – known as one of the best fly fishing spots in the entire Sacramento Valley, Lake Solano also has plenty to offer for hikers, swimmers, boaters, nature lovers, picnickers, and campers. Kids will love taking a hike in the area where they have the chance to see peacocks roaming free.
All of us at Gateway Professional Insurance Services in Vacaville would like to encourage you to head out to these local gems this fall!