Enjoy Vacaville’s hiking trails in Centennial Park and Lagoon Valley Park/Pena Adobe Park. Or opt for family-friendly destinations, like Six Flags Discovery Kingdom or the Jelly Belly factory. Vacaville’s small-town charm and central location make it easy to plan an event-filled, fun trip.
With 40-plus rides, from roller-coasters to carousels to water rides, this theme park will satisfy thrill seekers of all ages. Plus, animal encounters allow guests to get up close with their favorite creatures.
Take a self-guided or small group tour at the Jelly Belly factory, which walks visitors through the candy-manufacturing process and gives them free samples. The tour also features interactive exhibits and games.
Take a guided tour to explore the plant life at the arboretum, contemplate fine art at the Manetti Shrem Museum, or shop the farmer’s market during summer months. The school also has iconic bronze statues of bald heads scattered around campus.
Explore 265 acres of outdoor recreational space, including four baseball fields, four tennis courts, four soccer fields, and a Wiffle ball field. The park’s three-plus miles of hiking trails invite you to stretch your legs.
This 314-acre park offers an impressive range of activities, from archery to disc golf to boating. Bike along the multi-use trails, and then refuel at the picnic areas. Or visit the Pena Adobe, former home of one of Vacaville’s founding families.
The Vacaville Museum examines and preserves the history and culture of Solano County with exhibitions about local photography and agriculture, among other topics. Plus, the museum hosts workshops, performances, and discussions.