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Sports and Recreation
Whether you’re looking to take in a game or cool off with a trip down a waterslide, Solano County offers a variety of recreational opportunities.
Open expanses of land in northern central California — perfect for farms, vineyards and golf courses — weave through the areas of Solano County. A variety of public and country club courses are available in the county, including the challenging 18-hole Hiddenbrooke Golf Club. A number of other exciting courses are in the area, such as Blue Rock Springs Golf Club, Paradise Valley Golf Course, Mare Island Golf Club and Rancho Solano Golf Course. For a map of public and private courses in Northern California, visit www.golfcalifornia.com/map.
3930 W. Land Park Drive
Sacramento, CA 95822 916-808-5888
Open since 1927, the Sacramento Zoo is home to over 140 native, exotic and endangered species and is one of over 200 accredited institutions of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. A gift shop, cafe and on-site educational programs are also available.
1001 Fairgrounds Drive SW
Vallejo, CA 94589 707-644-4000
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is Northern California’s most thrilling theme park providing fun and excitement for guests of all ages year-round. This 135-acre park features rides and attractions, spectacular shows, amazing animal encounters and exhibit attractions. Experience a full day of fun and discovery with more than 40 rides and attractions, including nine roller coasters and three play areas. Enjoy one-of-a-kind wildlife encounters, with opportunities to feed a giraffe, sea lion or touch a stingray. Visit the website for hours, admission, special holiday events and more.
444 Georgia St.
Vallejo CA 94590 707-641-1111
The Vallejo Admirals are an independent professional baseball team in the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs. The Admirals began play as a charter member of the four-team Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs, along with the Hawaii Stars, Na Koa Ikaika Maui and San Rafael Pacifics, former members of the now-defunct North American League.
1950 Waterworld Parkway
Concord, CA 94520 925-609-1364
Waterworld California is home to more water slides than any other water park in Northern California. The park features nine slides, including the new Break Point Plunge where an enclosed, launch capsule sends riders through a heart-pounding 270-foot-long looping adventure. There are other attractions, including a wave pool, lazy river, family activity area, two children’s activity areas and cabanas for rent. For more information on hours and ticket prices, visit Waterworld California’s website.