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Lynch Canyon Preserve
3100 Lynch Rd.
Fairfield, CA 94534
Natural Area: Birding, Hike, Picnic, Walk
With habitats ranging from steep grasslands to the riparian corridor of Lynch Creek, the property is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Buckeyes, oaks and wetland meadows provide shelter for deer, fox, bobcat, waterfowl, and many raptors, including red-tailed and red-shouldered hawks, and the majestic golden eagle. Also of interest are excellent specimens of native grasses and spring wildflowers. A small reservoir provides a home to muskrats, great blue herons and endangered California red-legged frogs. Lynch Canyon is open to the public year-round, Fridays through Mondays, from 9am to 5pm. It may be closed, however, in cases of high fire danger, extreme rain, or construction. See Events Calendar for scheduled activities, as well as announcements of closures. Parking at Lynch Canyon is $5 per day, or purchase an annual parking pass by calling Solano County Parks at (707) 784-6765. Information on the popular Lynch Canyon Trail Run can be found here: lynchcanyontrailrun.org. Please: Stay on trails. No dogs allowed. Lynch Canyon is a working ranch—keep a safe distance away from the free-range cattle. The mission of Solano Land Trust is to permanently protect natural areas, working farms, and ranchlands in Solano County and connect our community to these lands. See website for details and how to support their work.