Rockville Hills Regional Park Offers a Serene Outdoor Experience

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Rockville Hills Regional Park, located in Fairfield, offers hiking, biking, wildlife viewing and more. Photo: Kara T./Yelp

FAIRFIELD – Looking for a beautiful place to hike, bike or just enjoy the scenery? Rockville Hills has over 600 acres of grasslands and oak woodlands with over 30 miles of tracks, trails and picnic areas. There are over two dozen trails that are labeled on a map, ranging from easy to advanced, ensuring that anyone can have a memorable day.

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Rockville is open year-round from sunrise to sunset with limited parking, so it’s best to arrive as early as possible. Admission into the park is $3 and seasonal passes are available. Dogs are allowed for a $1 per dog fee and must be on-leash at all times. Trail maps are available at the park entrance at 2149 Rockville Rd., Fairfield. 

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Rockville Hills Regional Park
Open year-round, sunrise to sunset
Admission: $3/day (season passes available)
View trail map
Rockville Hills Regional Park, Fairfield

For more information, visit Fairfield.CA.gov or call 707.428.7614.