Vacaville - Lagoon Valley / Peña Adobe Regional Park
Where: 1 Peña Adobe Rd, Vacaville.
Hours & Fees: The park is open daily from 7:30am to sunset. There is a $5 daily parking fee.
Lagoon Valley and Peña Adobe Parks combine to create 470 acres of parkland.
Great For: Hiking, non-motorized boating, horseback riding, picnics, bicycling, dog play, and family gatherings.
Camping & Day Use: There are barbecue areas, a horseshoe pit, a frisbee golf course, a multi-purpose field, bike trails, a small pond, and excellent hiking. The 160-acre lagoon offers fishing and non-motorized boating. There is also a 30,000 square-foot fenced-in dog park complete with trees, water, and trash receptacles. Both the adobe and the adjacent Goheen-Mowers Museum are open to the public.
Did You Know? The historic Peña Adobe in Peña Adobe Park was built in the 1840s. Volunteers offer demonstrations of early pioneer and Native American life the first Saturday of every month in conjunction with the Rush Ranch Education Council.
Learn More: Visit ci.vacaville.ca.us and search for “Lagoon Valley” or “Peña Adobe” for current information, including hours, parking fee information, and maps. Visit visitvacaville.com or solanoopenspace.org to learn more of the parks natural and cultural history.