Solano Land Trust opens 2 properties for holiday weekend


ROCKVILLE – Two of the main Solano Land Trust open spaces in the region will open this weekend for three activities spread over Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The offers are:

9th Black Friday #OptOutside & Walk-off that Turkey, Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Patwino Worrtla Kodoi Dihi Open Space: Not in the usual Black Friday overload of consumption-shopping and sports television? Gather Thanksgiving leftovers for lunch, family and out-of-town guests, and come explore a quiet, hidden gem of Solano County with the docents of the Solano Land Trust. Explore the hills between Suisun Valley and Green Valley, and take in breathtaking views of Solano County and beyond. Walk through oak forests as the leaves change and climb hills to reach Solano County vistas you won’t find anywhere else. Meet at the large red “Ice House” building at the corner of Rockville and Suisun Valley roads. It is recommended to register in advance on the Solano Land Trust website at https://solanolandtrust.org/. Select the Events tab and search for this event.

Volunteer opportunity for track crews, Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Patwino Worrtla Kodoi Dihi open space: Help build new trails in the old Rockville Trails reserve and at the same time get a glimpse of the new trail system and meet earth-caring people in Solano County. Most importantly, attendees can be part of the legacy of opening the property to the public. Meet at the large red “Ice House” building at the corner of Rockville and Suisun Valley roads. It is recommended to register in advance on the Solano Land Trust website at https://solanolandtrust.org/. Select the Events tab and search for this event.

Bird of Prey Hike, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Lynch Canyon Open Space: Solano Land Trust and Solano County Parks present Lynch Canyon’s first Bird of Prey hike of the winter migration season. Lynch Canyon is home to golden eagles and hawks. It is also a magnet for migrating and wintering birds of prey. It provides them with over 1,000 undeveloped acres where they can hunt and rest. Some feathered visitors come from as far away as the Arctic Circle. This hike will be 4-6 miles. The guided hike is $ 10 per person. Parking costs $ 6 per vehicle, which supports Solano County Parks. Lynch Canyon is located at 3100 Lynch Road between Fairfield and Vallejo. Prior registration is required on the Solano Land Trust website at https://solanolandtrust.org/. Select the Events tab and search for this event.

Advance reservations for each activity can also be made by phone at 707-432-0150 or by email at [email protected].


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