Welcome to the gateway to the Suisun Marsh! Located just off Interstate 80 and served by the Capitol Corridor, one of the nation's busiest commuter rail lines, Suisun City is an accessible getaway location that is metro close but feels a world away.

Here you will find

  • recreational access into one of the West Coast's marshland treasures
  • nearly a dozen independent, family owned restaurants serving cuisines from around the world
  • world-class accommodations at the water's edge
  • local events to help you rest and rejuvenate, and
  • lots of local surprises from a wildlife rescue center, award-winning college theater and original art.
For all the latest information, events, directions and attractions, go to VisitSuisunCity.com, your one-stop, online clearinghouse for Suisun City visitor information.

At the Waterfront
Let us show you around Suisun City, starting in the beautiful Waterfront District.

Every adventure needs a strong launch, and nothing fits the bill better than a hearty breakfast. Suisun City's Waterfront District is home to more than a dozen independent restaurants that span from casual traditional hearty American fare, including biscuits and gravy, to California cuisine and menus spanning the globe from Mexico to Thailand.

Launch Your Adventure
Properly fueled, you are ready to launch your adventure.

Want to get out on the water to fish or get a close up look at the birds, otters, beaver and other local wildlife? There are several options:

  • Sunset Bay Kayaks rents individual and tandem kayaks by the hour, half- or fullday, or by the guided group excursion. There's nothing like seeing the Suisun Marsh up close at water level. Info: SunsetBayKayaks.com; 365-2436
  • Bring your own boat, kayak, canoe or other vessel for launch at the Suisun City Boat Launch located at the south end of Kellogg Avenue. The affordable day parking rates, adjacent fuel dock and boating services available at California Marine Sports make it a great entry into the Delta for any boater. Info: Suisun City Harbormaster, 429- 2628; VisitSuisunCity.com; CalMarineSports.com

There's no need to venture onto the water to experience a Suisun Marsh adventure.

  • Start at the Suisun Wildlife Center (1171 Kellogg Street), a state and federally certified native animal rescue center specializing in nursing for release abandoned infant animals. Open 7-days a week, the Center has a number of animals on display and an education center staffed by knowledgeable volunteers. Info: SuisunWildlife.org; 429-4295
  • The Wildlife Center is at the gate to the Peytonia Slough State Ecological Reserve, which offers easy, flat hiking trails into the Marsh with access to several favorite fishing spots. Info: DFG.ca.gov; 944-5500
  • Just a couple of miles east of the Waterfront District on Grizzly Island Road is Rush Ranch, an 19th Century style ranch with 2,070 acres of open space, trails, vistas and monthly interactive events. Info: RushRanch.net; 432-0150

After enjoying your morning, re-fuel at a local independent restaurant with a wide range of menus, prices and styles to meet your needs, with most offering a full menu ready to package. For a full list and more, go to SuisunWaterfront.com After lunch, slow down a bit.

  • Lawler House Art Gallery (718 Main Street) houses locally produced original art work in one of Suisun City's oldest homes. Noon- 4 p.m., Friday- Sunday. Info: LawlerHouseGallery.org;
  • Across the hall from the Gallery is the Solano History Exploration Center, which tells the story of the region's Gold Rush era roots in pictures, artifacts and person stories. Noon-5 p.m., Friday- Sunday. Info: SolanoHistoryCenter.org
  • Pick up a free self-guided Historic Walking Tour guidebook at any Waterfront business or the Harbor Master's Office for an enjoyable stroll by dozens of homes in Suisun City's history core.
  • The Waterfront District hosts a wide variety of public events, many perfect for the whole family, throughout the year, as well. For the latest, go to VisitSuisunCity.com
  • The Harbor Theater> (720 Main Street) hosts the award-winning Solano College Theatre, which mounts numerous live plays, concerts and other events yearround. Info: SolanoCollegeTheatre.org; 864-7100

For the evening, the Hampton Inn and Suites Suisun City Waterfront offers waterside accommodations for any size group at a wide variety of rates and room types. Info: SuisunCityWaterFrontSuites.HamptonInn.com ; 429-0900

There is more to discover about Suisun City for your next adventure. For all the details, go to VisitSuisunCity.com. Like us at Facebook.com/SuisunCity or follow us at www.Twitter.com/SuisunCity.

Suisun City

701 Civic Center Blvd.
Suisun City, CA 94585
(707) 421-7309

Suisun City Historic Waterfront


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1111 Webster Street
Fairfield, CA 94533
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