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Dog Island Farm is an urban farm in the city of Vallejo. This place has a garden along with herds of animals. It produces crops like tomatoes, artichokes and a range of herbs which are sold in the local market. On board in this farm, are some of the domesticated goats like the Nigerian Dwarf goats, which are used for milk production of a better quality and yield. They also organize workshops highlighting the farming practices like gardening, canning, animal husbandry and more.
Maxwell Farms Regional Park is a verdant, tranquil space which is ideal for a contemplative stroll, or to engage in a game of football, soccer or tennis with your friends and family. Skaters can rejoice too, for there is a dedicated skateboard park where they can try out their cool tricks. Families can relax in the green grass with a picnic, while the little ones can enjoy the small playground built just for them.
Set overlooking the Mare Island Strait, the Vallejo Waterfront Park is a popular attraction near the Vallejo Marina. Its proximity to the downtown area makes it quite easy to reach and an ideal spot to collect yourself after a day spent visiting the city's numerous attractions. Usually, you will find that local folk come here for a nice jog or walk, some with their dogs, or to enjoy a nice view of the harbor with their loved ones. There are also quite a few restaurants and bars in the vicinity, so visitors can enjoy a drink or two after a leisurely stroll at the park. The park lies close to Vallejo Ferry Terminal, where frequent rides to San Francisco are available. Call to know more.
Usually the first stop while touring the great wine county, Cosentino Winery is one of the most recognized wine estates in the area. While it might be one of the smaller properties in the area, do not let its size fool you; its premium varietals are simply fabulous. The ivy-covered facade of the tasting room sets the perfect mood, for a laid-back wine-tasting session. Its well-informed staff are always at hand to answer queries about their wines, and they even hand out some interesting facts about the winery and its owners.
Mare Island Preserve Trail is located in the city of Vallejo. This place offers a beautiful four mile (6.43 kilometers) walking trail in the hidden lands of the bay. You can discover expanded views of the bay area, the mountain ranges of Mount Diablo and Tamalpais with the splendid Napa Valleys adding to the beauty. On your short walking experience, you are sure to spot some impressive birds in the wetlands that span the boundaries of the bay.