Fairfield - Rockville Hills Regional Park
Where: 2149 Rockville Rd, Fairfield.
Hours & Fees: The park is open daily from sunrise to sunset. There is a $3 entrance fee.
Rockville Hills Regional Park has 633 acres of grasslands and oak woodlands, with a dense mixed broadleaf forest. A thin layer of topsoil covers volcanic rock visible throughout the park in large rock formations and shallow caves. Bare sections of rock have emerged, making some trail segments slick-rock. Rockville Hills Regional Park is maintained by the City of Fairfield.
Great For: Hill hiking, mountain biking, great views, wildlife and wildflower viewing, and ranger-led events.
Camping & Day Use: There are picnic areas located near the parking lot and at the top of hill. Bathrooms are also available further in the park. Leashed dogs are welcome. There are cattle and sheep on the property at different times of the year. Dogs are prohibited in areas where sheep are present. Camping is only allowed for eduational groups at the designated group camp area. Contact park officials for more information and requirements.
Did You Know? Rockville Hills Regional Park hosts a segment of the Bay Area Ridge Trail that is not yet connected to the larger loop trail.
Learn More: Visit fairfield.ca.gov and search for “Rockville Hills” for current information, including hours, closures, and maps. Visit suisunwildlife.org/ rockrule to learn more of the parks natural history and bellavistaranch.net to learn more about the history of who has lived in this area.