Dog-friendly Vacaville

Vacaville

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Vacaville loves your pets! Many of their attractions, retail stores and restaurants welcome your dogs with open arms. Many hotels offer special packages designed specifically to ensure your dog's stay is a great one.

Vacaville makes a great base camp for exploring Solano County treasures ranging from wineries and farms in the Suisun Valley, to vast tracts of public lands and even a railway museum with excursion trains that welcome four-legged passengers. And don't miss a stop at Lagoon Valley Park's 30,000 square foot dog park.
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Your Trip to the Wine Country Begins in Vacaville

Tiny Tawny in Vacaville. Photo Credit: Brendon Connelly
Tiny Tawny in Vacaville. Photo Credit: Brendon Connelly

Ready for some wine tasting? The verdant Suisun Valley, about 20 minutes from downtown Vacaville, is home to numerous wineries that welcome canine guests in their picnic areas. more »

Bark When You Discover Vacaville

Pena Adobe Dog Park
Lucky at Pena Adobe Park. Photo Credit: Greg Frucci (CC)
Don’t you love it when you stumble across something great that you never knew about before? That’s the feeling that takes over upon entering Lagoon Valley Park, 470 acres of open space just off Interstate 80 between Vacaville and Fairfield. The park includes the historic Pena Adobe, oldest structure in Solano County; plus picnic areas and a hiking trail that will take you and your leashed friend 2.5 miles around the namesake lake. There’s also a fenced, off-leash dog park. Another prize find for DogTrekkers is Rockville Hills Regional Park more »

Dog-friendly Hiking Around Vacaville

Rush Ranch
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An attraction of pastoral and historic interest easily accessible from Vacaville is Rush Ranch Open Space a 2,070-acre open space now administered by the Solano Land Trust.

Leashed dogs are welcome to accompany their people around the complex of historic ranch buildings where interpretive activities are staged on the third Saturday of each month. more »

Dog-friendly Western Railway Museum

Husky on a train
People and pups interested in history have a couple of great options within a half-hour’s drive. The Western Railway Museum, on a rural stretch of Highway 12, is a fascinating living-history museum that aims to help visitors envision what transportation in Northern California was like a hundred years ago.

Well behaved tail-waggers also are invited to join their people on an electric train trip through the peaceful Montezuma Hills over the original historic main line of the Sacramento Northern Railway. Bring a picnic to enjoy at this great family destination! more »

Vacaville, Gateway to the Wine Country

Dogs on a bench in Napa
Photo Credit: Liz Anderson
Ready for some wine tasting? The verdant Suisun Valley, about 20 minutes from downtown Vacaville, is home to numerous wineries that welcome canine guests in their picnic areas. Wooden Valley Winery’s courtyard patio is an especially pleasant place to sit and sip with your pooch. more »

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Residence Inn by Marriott
360 Orange Dr.
Vacaville, California 95687
Phone: (707) 469-0300

Vineyard RV Park
4985 Midway Road
Vacaville, California 95688
Phone: (866) 447-8797

Vineyard RV Park
4985 Midway Road
Vacaville, California 95688
Phone: (866) 447-8797

Humane Societies/Shelters

SPCA of Solano County
2200 Peabody Rd.
Vacaville, California 95687
Phone: (707) 448-7722


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