Rockville Trail is a hiking trail in Solano County, California. It is within Rockville Hills Regional Park. It is 0.5 miles long and begins at 134 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 368 feet. Near the trailhead there is parking. The trail ends near the Mason Pond water. There are also a picnic site and restrooms near the end of the trail.
Rockville Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"A network of fine trails winds through a regional park located on the western fringe of Fairfield. This exploration of Rockville Hills leads to a lake and cave, and through a portion of a natural rock garden."
--Tracy Salcedo- Chourre, Best Hikes Near Sacramento (Falcon Guides).
"Rockville is, as the name implies, rocky. It is also one of the top rider’s parks in the Bay Area (a full-access, condensed bundle of mountain biking joy)—like a skate park, but for 26-inch wheeled, fully suspended aluminum trail rovers. If you love ultra-technical singletrack, aren’t necessarily the fittest (that is, don’t like to climb so much), and enjoy nature with a chance of walking out, this is the ideal park for you. North Bay mountain bikers are lucky to have the Rockville–Annadel–Skyline trifecta in such close proximity."
--Skye Craft, Mountain Bike! San Francisco and the Bay Area (Menasha Ridge Press).
"An old rock quarry, hidden caves and two lakes"
--Laure Latham, Best Hikes with Kids: San Francisco Bay Area (The Mountaineers Books).
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