Rockville Hills Regional Park

Rockville Hills Regional Park

Rockville and Oakwood Drive
Fairfield, California 94533
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Local Phone: (707) 428-7614

The park is 633 beautiful acres of grasslands and oak woodlands, with a dense mixed broadleaf forest. The rich, biological and diverse habitats provide shelter to a variety of wildlife that make the park their home.

Entrance Fees
Passes can be purchased at the main entrance on Rockville Road. You must have a valid pass and your personal identification with you, all times while you are visiting the Park. Park Rangers have the authority to issue citations to visitors without a valid pass and ID. All fees collected are used to support the management of Rockville Hills Regional Park.

Dog Policy
Dogs are permitted in Rockville Hills Regional Park and require a separate entrance fee. Dogs must be on a leash at all times and must stay on the trails. You must pick-up after your dog.

Maya and her crew that follows. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
Maya and her crew that follows. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
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Lucky at Pena Adobe Park. Photo Credit: Greg Frucci (CC)
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