Ahh Sweet Alpacas
7924 Charlotte Ln., Vacaville 448-9157
The alpaca ranch specializes in Huacaya alpacas in a wondrous variety of colors - black, gray, mahogany, fawn, and of course, white. Over 40 California Alpacas from some of the best bloodlines, originating from Peru, Bolivia and Chile. Tours by appointment.

Belden’s Landing Boat Launch
3186 Grizzly Island Rd., Suisun City

Benicia Pointe (fishing)
First St. Pier, Benicia, 746-4285

Benicia State Recreation Area
Located at the end of West K St., Benicia, 648-1911
720 acres of marshes, grassy hillsides and rocky beaches with an accessible 2.5-mile long trail on the San Francisco Bay and the Forrest Deaner Native Plant BontanicGarden.

Birds Landing Hunting Preserve & Sporting Clays
A full-service world-class game bird hunting preserve and 15 station sporting clays course, with restaurant and ProShop.

Children’s Wonderland
360 Glenn St., Vallejo, 648-4600
3-acre whimsical park with a restored tea-pot, fire truck and Cinderella’s carriage, along with the new playgrounds, sand-surrounded dinosaur and much more.

Glen Cove Marina
2000 Glen Cove Marina Rd., Vallejo, 552-3236

Grizzly Island Wildlife Area
On Grizzly Island Rd. off State Hwy. 12, 425-3828
Estuarine marsh, hiking, hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing. Public access is seasonal for different activities and areas; please call for info. $2.50 (valid hunting or fishing license free). Under 16 free.

Harbor Plaza
Main St. and Solano St., Suisun City
One-mile waterfront promenade, wildlife viewing, fishing, picnicking, restrooms.
Many free public events annually.

Lake Solano Park
8685 Pleasants Valley Rd., Winters
One of the best fly fishing spots and a hot spot for observing wildlife, featuring campsites, restrooms, group picnic facilities, boat launch for non-powered boats. SolanoCounty.com/parks

Lagoon Valley/Peña Adobe Park
Peña Adobe Rd., Vacaville
The park includes an 18-hole disc golf course, archery range, horseshoe pit, hiking
and biking trails, BBQ pits, picnic tables and fenced-in dog park.

Lynch Canyon Open Space
North of I-80 between American Canyon Rd. and Hwy. 12, 432-0150
The 900-foot ridges offer panoramic views extending from the Coast Ranges to San Francisco and across the Delta to the Sierra Nevada.

Ninth St. Fishing Pier
Ninth St., Benicia, 648-1911

Phoenix Ranch
5046 Midway Rd., Vacaville, 678-0580
8-acre ranch providing a hands-on experience with friendly miniature livestock, exotic parrots, horses and other animals. Tours by appointment $5/person ($50 min.), pony rides ($5/person). 3 hour "Ranch tag-alongs" $20/person ($40 min) 

Rockville Hills Regional Park
Rockville Rd., Fairfield, 428-7714
Encompasses nearly 600 acres of grasslands and oak woodlands. Over 30 miles of tracks & trails, and picnic areas.

Rush Ranch
Grizzly Island Rd., Suisun City, 432-0150
A 2,070-acre open space located in the Potrero Hills features a visitor center, blacksmith shop, historical ranching equipment, hiking trails, and birding opportunities.

Sandy Beach Park
2333 Beach Dr., Rio Vista
Open year-round, this park on the Sacramento River offers a 24-hour boat launch, camp sites, picnic grounds, hiking trails and miles of country Rd.s for bicycling.

Suisun City Marina and Boat Ramp
800 Kellogg St., Suisun City, 429-BOAT

Suisun Wildlife Center
1171 Kellogg St., Suisun City, 429-4295
Seasonal walks through the Peytonia Reserve marsh, resident animals on display. Open 9am-6pm daily year round. Free.

Vallejo Municipal Marina
42 Harbor Way, Vallejo, 648-4370

Wardlaw Dog and Skateboard/BMX Park
Ascot Pkwy. across from Jesse Bethel High, Vallejo, 648-4600.
17,000-square-foot park features a hybrid design with a multi-lobed concrete bowl and a slab area for modular equipment. The 2.2-acre Dog Park includes two separately fenced areas.

Inside Community Park, Rose Drive & Dempsey Drive, Benicia, 746-4285
State-of-the-art skateboard, BMX and inline.