Jepson Prairie Preserve:
On Cook Lane, off Highway 113, 10 miles south of Dixon, CA 95620
Latitude and longitude: 38.275232, -121.823739
From Sacramento / I-80 West: Take Hwy 113 South toward Dixon. Travel about 10 miles past Dixon. When Hwy 113 takes a 90 degree turn to the east, exit by continuing straight onto Cook Lane.
From San Francisco / I-80 East: Take Hwy 12 East toward Rio Vista/Suisun City. Travel about 17 miles toward Rio Vista, passing Suisun City and the Western Railway Museum. Turn left onto Hwy 113 North and travel about 8 miles. Continue on Hwy 113 when it takes a 90 degree turn to the west. Then in about 1 mile when Hwy 113 takes a 90 degree turn north, exit by turning left onto Cook Lane.
Once on Cook Lane: Proceed 0.7 miles over the creek and railroad tracks until you see the eucalyptus grove and interpretive sign. Pull to a safe place to park.
The King-Swett Ranches are closed due to lack of funding for operations and maintenance. The public is still invited to join Solano Land Trust docent-led events – see our Events Calendar for details.
Usual meeting place for docent-led events: Since there is no parking lot at the King-Swett Ranches, meet your guide promptly and be ready to leave immediately from the unmarked Park-and-Ride lot where McGary Rd., Hiddenbrooke Pkwy., and American Canyon Rd. intersect, Vallejo, CA 94591. Be ready to carpool or caravan from there to the trailhead.
From I-80 between Vallejo and Fairfield, take the American Canyon/Hiddenbrooke exit south toward Hiddenbrooke Parkway. Just before entering the Hiddenbrooke development, turn west (right) at the unmarked Park-and-Ride lot.
Lynch Canyon Open Space Park:
Click here for information about visiting Lynch Canyon.
3100 Lynch Road, off McGary Road, between Fairfield, CA 94534 and Vallejo, CA 94591
Latitude and longitude: 38.186083, -122.18063
From San Francisco / I-80 East between Vallejo and Fairfield: Take the American Canyon/Hiddenbrooke exit. Go south toward Hiddenbrooke Parkway. Just before entering the Hiddenbrooke development, turn east (left) on McGary Road (frontage road that runs parallel to I-80). Follow McGary Road for 1.6 miles to where it intersects with Lynch Road. Turn left on Lynch Road, go under the I-80 underpass, and proceed through the gate at the end of the cul-de-sac to the gravel parking lot.
From Sacramento / I-80 West between Fairfield and Vallejo: Take the Red Top Road exit. Go south (left) under the underpass. In less than 0.1 mile, turn right on McGary Road (frontage road that runs parallel to I-80). Follow McGary Road for 1.8 miles. Turn right on Lynch Road, go under the I-80 underpass, and proceed through the gate at the end of the cul-de-sac to the gravel parking lot.
Rockville Trails Preserve:
Rockville Trails Preserve is open to the public through docent-led events. See the Rockville Trails Preserve page for a timeline and more information, and our Events Calendar for event details.
Usual meeting place for docent-led events: Since there is no parking lot at Rockville Trails Preserve, meet your guide promptly and be ready to leave immediately from the big red barn with "Ice House" printed on its side on Suisun Vly Ct, near the southeast corner of the Rockville Rd. and Suisun Valley Rd. intersection, behind La Barista Espresso, Fairfield, CA 94534. Park alongside the red barn. Be ready to carpool from there to the trailhead.
From I-80 in Fairfield, take the Rockville Rd exit or Suisun Valley Rd exit to where these two roads intersect. Suisun Vly Ct lies just southeast of this intersection.
Rush Ranch Open Space:
3521 Grizzly Island Road, off Hwy 12, 2 miles south of Suisun City, CA 94585
From I-80 in Fairfield: Take Hwy 12 East toward Rio Vista/Suisun City. Proceed on Hwy 12 approximately 3 miles to the intersection with Grizzly Island Rd (south) and Sunset Ave (north). Turn south (right) on Grizzly Island Rd and proceed approximately 2 miles to ranch entrance on right.