Paradise Valley Golf Course

Two distinctive golf courses, one unforgettable experience



Suisun Valley Passport Sunday (April), Suisun Valley’s Uncorked (June), 4th of July Parade, Fairfield Tomato Festival (August), Jelly Belly Candy Palooza (September), the Veterans Day Parade (November), and a Tree Lighting celebration (December). Fairfield offers ample opportunities for hiking, biking, picnics and other outdoor activities at a variety of parks. The city boasts 18 parks and recreation centers including Linear Park, a trail converted from an old railroad line and now part of the Rail-to-Trails Conservancy. Primarily a commuter route that leads from downtown Fairfield to the Solano Community College, the trail runs through a landscaped greenbelt featuring small playgrounds and benches. Rockville Hills Regional Park, the largest regional park in Solano County with more than 600 acres, is a favorite with San Francisco Bay Area and Central Valley mountain bikers and hikers.

Golfing enthusiasts can choose between two championship golf courses, Paradise Valley and Rancho Solano. Paradise Valley has a spectacular layout that is enhanced by oak studded fairways and meandering creeks. It’s a favorite for golfers who enjoy a walking round of golf and is playable for golfers of all abilities. Rancho Solano, known for having a beautiful country-club-like setting, has an alluring layout with hilly terrain and undulated greens that add character to the golf course. Scenic lakes, elevated tees and well placed bunkers provide interesting features that contribute to the excitement of playing this course.

Fairfield is less than an hour from the greatest urban and rural settings in California: San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, California Delta, and Napa and Sonoma valleys.  Stay and play, or tour the region – either way, Fairfield is the perfect “base camp” for a vacation of wonderful discoveries.