Top Adventures in Vacaville

  • Bike the Lake Berryessa Loop

    Begin your ride in Vacaville, California out of Alamo Creek Park (street parking is available and free). Head north on Alamo Drive and veer left onto Foothill Drive, then left (South) onto Pleasants Valley Road. After two miles, veer left onto Che...

    55.82 miles 1007 ft gain

  • Bike the Cantelow Climb

    Begin your ride from Lagoon Valley Park in Vacaville, California. There is a parking lot here if you drive to the start of your ride (the park entrance fee is $3 per vehicle per day). Head out of the parking lot and turn right onto Rivera Road whe...

    19.68 miles 1119 ft gain

  • Bike the Gordon Valley to Wooden Valley Scramble

    This is a 13.5 mile loop route in Fairfield, California. The route has a total ascent of 498 feet and has a maximum elevation of 369 feet.Begin your ride at the corner of Oliver Road and Mankas Corner Road. Along Mankas Corner Road you'll pass the...

    13.5 miles 498 ft gain

  • Hike the Lake Berryessa Loop

    At the bend in the road on Highway 128, you will pass two silver gates. The gate with the UC Davis logo is the entrance to the trailhead. Past the entrance there is a large dirt pullout off the road with plenty of parking.Starting at the trailhead...

    4 miles 1500 ft gain

  • Hike the Stebbins Cold Canyon Loop

    Stebbins Cold Canyon is a great day hike for all skill levels, accessible year round, and offers an abundance of wild flower viewing, including the California poppy. Tog get to the hike, head about 8 miles west of Winters, CA, where a silver fire ...

    4.5 miles 350 ft gain

  • Hike the Homestead-Blue Ridge Loop

    From the official trailhead, start off by taking the Homestead Trail, which forks towards the right. A trail connecting Homestead and Blue Ridge will take you to a creek nearby. Veer off the trail along the creek and there is a water hole for cool...

  • Fly Fishing on the Putah

    Putah Creek is a little over an hour drive from SF without traffic. The creek has flows beginning in April, which can reach up to 700cfs during the summer months. The creek begins to drop after September. Keep in mind that wet-wading isn't recomme...

  • 5.5mi Meritage Loop

    Skyline Park is the perfect playground for the committed trail runner. The park has fast and swoopy forest singletrack, semi-technical climbing, and everything in-between. The miles and the elevation gain here make the runs in the park somewhat de...

  • Hike through Skyline Wilderness Park

    Enter the parking lot just off of Hwy 221. Plan to pay a $5 entrance fee at the kiosk. The trail head begins at the edge of the parking lot where you'll soon be passing by the Martha Walker Native Habitat Garden on your right. Veer left to continu...

    5.8 miles 1100 ft gain

  • Kayak the Napa River

    The Napa River is one of the largest California Central Coast Range rivers, draining approximately 426 sq. miles on its 50 mile journey beginning just south of the summit of Mt. St. Helena to the San Pablo Bay, passing through many of the landmark...

  • Hike the Westwood Hills Park Loop

    This park can get a little crowded on weekends, so best to go early if possible. In terms of parking, there's a lot at the trailhead, but also plenty of available street parking.  The loop can be broken up in a various ways as there are several of...

    1.75 miles 560 ft gain

  • Bike the Napa Valley Wine Trail

    The Napa Vally Vine Trail is an ongoing project of the Napa Valley Vine Coalition which has the stated goal of creating a 47 mile long bike trail along the entire length of Napa Valley. Currently 12.5 miles of trail is available between downtown Y...

    12.5 miles 100 ft gain

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      Oak Shores Day Use Area (Ca)

      Overview Nestled between Blue Ridge and Cedar Roughs east of Napa Valley, Lake Berryessa provides ample public recreation opportunities. Popular activities on and around the large, yet uncrowded la...

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      Hawk And Fox Ranch

      Nestled under a beautiful oak we provide a platform for your tent. There is a hot outdoor shower over the creek for you to use. We have eggs from our chickens. Bacon, ham, and pork from our pigs....

      From $45/night

    • Santa Rosa, California

      Mystic Mountain Petrified Camp

      Up in the hills that rise above Santa Rosa and the Sonoma Valley, Mystic Mountain is a perfect retreat tucked away from the hustle and bustle in the valleys below. We're a working farm with tons of...

      From $120/night

    • San Francisco, California

      Aquatic Park Cove San Francisco Maritime Nhp

      Overview Aquatic Park Cove is a vibrantly urban harbor that mimics a natural anchorage and is located on the Pacific shores of one of America's great West Coast cities. San Francisco Maritime Natio...

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    • Sausalito, California

      Bicentennial Campground

      Overview Bicentennial Campground is in an ideal location in the Marin Headlands surrounded by a grove of cypress trees. The campground is a great location for those wanting to camp near the city. T...

      From $20/night

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