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3186 Grizzly Island Road
Suisun City, CA 94585
Lake_ Solano_Park
8685 Pleasants Valley Road
Winters, CA 95694
3100 Lynch Road
Vallejo, CA 94590
2333 Beach Drive
Rio Vista, CA 94571

Belden's Landing

A Park and Recreation Annual Pass would save you money on parking and launching fees at our parks. 

The cost is $80 annually or $40 for citizens over 65 or disabled.
Call 707-784-7905 for details.

For additional Rio Vista Bass Derby information and rules click the link below
Bass Derby

Lake Solano Park

Lynch Canyon Open Space

Lynch Canyon from top of Tower Trail

June 5, 2010 - The Third Annual Lynch Canyon Trail Run and Community Hike will take place.  The run will start at 8 a.m.  A 2.5 mile hike for all ages and abilities, plus competitive 10k and half marathon trail runs with prizes.  Preregister and get more information or call 707-432-0150 X200.  Volunteers are also needed.

May 30, 2009, Saturday -  The Second Annual Lynch Canyon Trail Run and Community Hike was held with great success. 

Registering for Race Start of Race Start of Race
Community Hikers
Community Hikers 2009 Awards

A 2.5 mile hike plus competitive 10K and half marathon trail runs.  For additional pictures fom the race and community hike go to

  Fourth Saturday of every month 9 a.m. - Noon

A docent will lead a hike of Lynch Canyon that includes Indian grinding rocks, wooded stream sides, and panoramic vistas. Hike is free, and always entertaining with information on history, plants, geology, habitats, wildlife and geology of the site.

Docent and avid birder Earl Swenerton will lead a birding tour of Lynch Canyon. The group will leave from the parking lot soon after 9 and hike about 2.5 miles of moderately difficult trails with lots of breaks to observe the season's wildlife in a variety of habitats.

Bring your binoculars, water and a snack if you'd like. Wear sturdy shoes and be prepared for winter wather. Earl will bring a spotting scope for better viewing.

We should see plenty of migrating birds, especially raptors, from golden eagles to a migratory hawks and falcons, plus seasonal warblers, juncos, sparrows and a good selection of waterfowl at the reservoir.

Prospective volunteers interested in guiding tours of the beautiful 1,000 plus acre Lynch Canyon Open Space in Western Solano County

Trained docents will learn how to safely and confidently guide a wide variety of park users from hikers and students to equestrians and birders through Lynch?s rolling grasslands and bird-filled groves of native trees with spectacular ridge top views. Prior experience or knowledge is not required, just a willingness to learn and share.

The free training will include information about the area?s plants, birds, ecology, history, and geology, as well as tips on how to prepare and present a fun program and interpret this amazing natural site for visitors. Land Trust staff and Solano County Park Rangers are anxious to expand the dedicated volunteer team actively supporting the Lynch Canyon Open Space.

Docents are asked to lead at least 2 classes or tours per year at Lynch. Training will also be offered for other Land Trust sites where docents are needed including the vernal pools of Jepson Prairie Preserve, the native American (Patwin) program and historic blacksmith shop at Rush Ranch, and tours of King and Swett Ranches that are open only with staff or docent guides.

Prospective volunteers interested in learning more about the Lynch Canyon training or other volunteer opportunities should call Solano Land Trust Volunteer and Education Coordinator Teri Engbring at 707-432-0150, ext 200.


Second Saturday of every month

9 a.m. - Noon

Volunteers at Lynch Canyon help us to enhance, protect and improve the park through maintenance and restoration. Projects include upkeep and building of the trails, restoration of native plants, or enhancement of stream side vegetation to improve the site for all users. Bring work gloves and be prepared to get dirty. Call Teri at Solano Land Trust 707-432-0150 X200 for more information or to schedule a team project.

Sandy Beach Park


For additional Rio Vista Bass Derby information and rules click the link below
Bass Derby