Get Outside at Lynch Canyon Open Space Preserve


Get out and get some fresh air and movement (while maintaining common sense and social distancing!) Fridays – Mondays at Lynch Canyon in Fairfield.

FAIRFIELD – Though COVID precautions might have you currently indoors, consider a healthy alternative to lounging around. Fresh air is one of the best ways to remain healthy during these unprecedented times. Lynch Canyon Open Space remains open for your hiking and wildlife viewing pleasure. It’s a proven fact that humans need to connect with nature and get regular fresh air and sunshine, so if you find yourself sitting around with extra time on your hands, think about getting out and exploring this hilly, natural landscape with 10+ miles of trails designed for hiking, birdwatching, trail running, horseback riding and mountain biking.

Defined by its rolling hills, grasslands, oak groves, riparian woodlands and wetland meadows, this haven provides shelter and forage for deer, fox, bobcat, waterfowl, and many raptors.

The park includes a segment of the San Francisco Bay Area Ridge Trail, with gorgeous views from its ridgetops across large swaths of the Suisun Marsh, Carquinez Strait and San Pablo Bay.

Please use common sense and respect others while on this communal trail:

• Maintain 6ft distance between other park users
• Pack in, pack out
• Bring your own drinking water (no water in the park) and hand sanitizer. Trail access only (hiking, equestrian and biking)
• No picnicking or gathering in groups
• Dogs not allowed (due to cattle grazing)
• Access subject to parking availability

Get Outside at Lynch Canyon Open Space Preserve
For more information and to register, visit
Open Fridays – Mondays from 9am – 5pm
Parking: $8/day (or purchase an annual parking pass by calling 707-784-6765.
(All proceeds help Solano County Parks keep this land open and safe.)
3100 Lynch Canyon Rd., Fairfield

For more information like announcements of closures, visit or call 530-795-2990.