- Our list of the best things to do in Vallejo, California, features the top 816 nearby activities — including 328 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Vallejo, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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Hiddenbrooke Golf Club is a prestigious Arnold Palmer Signature course located in Vallejo, California. The course is ideal for both seasoned and beginning golfers, offering a challenge through their elevation changes, narrow greens and long fairways.
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Intense thrills and family fun are all part of Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. The theme park offers an array of attractions, live shows, and family-friendly rides, as well as their signature coasters that dip, flip and soar.
The Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum celebrates the fascinating history of the cities naval background as well as the culture of the surrounding area. The museum features exhibits on the women of Vallejo, a sports hall of fame as well as extensive naval history.
Vallejo Farmers Market offers fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables from the fields and orchards of family farms. The Saturday market is open year-round with the season's freshest fruits, vegetables, greens and nuts along with freshly caught seafood and fresh-cut flowers.
A peninsula, and former military establishment, resting against the city of Vallejo, Mare Island is a favorite visiting spot of locals and travelers alike. The island offers historical building tours, golf and wedding venues for beautiful views of the surrounding land and waters.
Now open to the public, the Mare Island Naval Shipyard gives visitors an interesting look into the history of the Navy's role in World War II. The shipyard is favored by local photographers for the buildings and industrial landscape.
Situated in a residential neighborhood, the Wardlaw Dog Park is an off leash park for dogs of any size. As a way to keep any problems from happening, there is a segregated small dog area where owners can let their smaller pet off their leash.