Pena Adobe/ Lagoon Valley Park

Pena Adobe/Lagoon Valley Park

4681 Pena Adobe Rd.
Vacaville, California 95696
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This 470-acre park on Pena Adobe Road just off of Interstate 80 between Vacaville and Fairfield includes the historic Pena Adobe home, barbecue areas, horseshoe pits, multi-purpose field, bike trails, a small pond, excellent hiking, Lagoon Valley Lake for fishing and non-motorized boating. The trek around the lake is about 2.5 miles.

The park also features a 30,000 square foot fenced, off-leash dog park complete with shade, water and trash receptacles. Entry fee is $3.

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There’s no time better than October to visit the Suisun Valley between Davis and Vacaville in Solano County. Not only are the vineyards ablaze; pumpkin patches, farm stands and other agricultural points of interest are in full swing. (Don’t miss Larry’s Produce, a vast produce enterprise with adjacent pumpkin patch.) 

The valley is just a ridge away from the famous Napa Valley, and its wines share many characteristics native to the shared climate. Suisun bills itself as “rustic wine country” and prides itself on providing friendly welcomes to visitors with dogs on the other end of the leash. more »
Lagoon Valley/Peña Adobe Regional Park <br/> Photo Credit: @itskalinotcali
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 »
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 »
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Jaxon, Vacaville's Director of Barketing
Jaxon Levi, Vacaville's Director of Barketing
Sometimes the places in our own back yard are the least explored. And for many Northern Californians, Vacaville, a familiar name on Interstate 80, is one of them. Get off the highway, and you’ll find affordable, pet-friendly lodging (seven hotels and two RV parks) and plenty of ways to play. more »
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