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.
Check out DogTrekker.com's Suisun Valley Road Trip itinerary
Nut Tree - Photo Credit: @tankjanssen
When it’s mealtime in Vacaville, you’ll find many casual, dog-friendly options, from pizza and barbecue to Mexican, Italian and sandwich shops. Your most engaging option, however, might be the Nut Tree, a 72-acre, mixed-use development with retail space and 26 food and craft-beer options, many with dog-friendly outdoor seating. more »
Alamo Creek Bike Trail - Photo Credit: @makinusmile
Yes it’s primarily a bike path, but dog walkers will find much to enjoy along the shaded, 4.4-mile Alamo Creek Bikeway, which meanders through southern Vacaville and connects several municipal parks, including Nelson, Patwin and Beelard. Want to keep going? The trail intersects the Southside Bikeway connecting downtown Vacaville to the north and Al Patch Park (sports fields and restrooms!) to the south. more »
Coco at BackRoad Vines
Photo Credit: @coco.bean.frenchie
Taken aback by prices at Napa and Sonoma hotels? Stay in Vacaville at half the price and visit Napa, Sonoma or the nearby Suisun Valley Rustic Wine Country on a daytrip. At DogTrekker.com, we list nine dog-friendly lodging options, including the Hampton Inn & Suites Vacaville/Napa Valley, which doesn’t charge extra for pets, includes a hot breakfast in the rates and offers a “puppy love” package, as well. more »
Lagoon Valley/Peña Adobe Regional Park
Photo Credit: @itskalinotcali
Don’t you love it when you stumble upon something great that you never knew about before? That’s the feeling that takes over upon entering Lagoon Valley/Peña Adobe Regional Park, a 470-acre preserve just off Interstate 80 between Vacaville and Fairfield. more »
Tired of pulling your RV out of storage but still want to “get away”? Vineyard RV Park offers a full range of tent cabins that you can stay in (sorry no dogs in the cabins). Both the large and small cabins feature a dining table, towels and linens at no charge, complimentary WiFi, propane BBQ and two Adirondack chairs for relaxing outside of the cabin.
For more information, call 866.447.8797 or write email@example.com. more »