Welcome to Green Valley, a scenic Northern California valley situated between San Francisco and Sacramento. Once the world’s largest cherry orchard, it is home to the beautiful Green Valley Country Club and championship golf course, one of the most picturesque and well established in Northern California. The valley has plenty of wineries and produce stands to enjoy. For those who love history, it’s also part of the original Fremont Trail that ran between Sutter’s Fort and Solano Mission in Sonoma.
Suisun Valley is considered part of the well known North Coast wine producing appellation, which includes Napa and Sonoma valleys and is home to several award winning wineries. Caymus Vineyards, based in Napa's Rutherford area, recently purchased a 178-acre vineyard in the area with plans for a winery, production and warehouse facility. Noted for its rich agricultural soil, the valley offers a wide variety of fresh produce, fruits and nuts. Stop and visit some of the many local wineries and produce stands open to the public.
Located halfway between San Francisco and Sacramento, Fairfield is the perfect location for commuters. The city offers a variety of restaurants, shopping and golfing, as well as visual and theater arts. Tour the world famous Jelly Belly Candy Company or Anheuser-Busch Brewery, go olive oil tasting or visit the downtown Farmers Market (open May to October). The Suisun Marshes, largest in the Western United States, are nearby for seasonal wildlife viewing. Fairfield has plenty of community, regional and neighborhood parks as well as trails for hiking and biking.
Nestled in the rolling hills just west of Sacramento Valley, Vacaville was once the fresh fruit capitol of California. These agricultural beginnings gave birth to a roadside fruit stand known as the “Nut Tree,” which has been restructured into a variety of places to shop, dine and play. Visit the Vacaville Premium Outlets for an unparalleled collection of designer and name brandoutletstores. Vacaville is also home to some of the largest and most successful life-science companies in the world, including Genentech, Alza and Chiron.