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Rockville Hills Regional Park, Fairfield
(4.3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The park was good for a stroll, not sure why it costs so much to get in though. Not from the area and so we parked at the north east parking location- limited parking spots. No one stopped us inside t...  more »
  • Rockville is a delightful park with amazing displays of wildflowers particularly in the spring. The hiking trails are varied and Rockville Lake is a great spot for a picnic. 
  • Hike here all the time. Spring is the best with all the wild flowers in bloom. There is a small lake with ducks and geese. Dogs welcome but on a leash. Can mountain bike here, but some trails are not ...  more »
Google
  • Great park for hiking with family, especially if you have children. Our children have also come here on field trips through school. In addition to family hiked, my husband bikes the trails. Amazing park right in our own back yard.
  • Great place to ride around the park. I recently moved to Fairfield from WA and living only 5 minutes away is a great bonus.
  • Great park with lots of wonder. Friendly for mountain bikes, hikers, and dogs on leash. Has entrance fee, $3 person, $1 dog.
  • Lovely hiking area. Went here with the kids and saw cows right off the trails. But be careful, one time i went jogging not paying attention to the trails and got lost lol.. And it was getting dark!
  • I found a few charmander here in a hike with my boyfriend and it belt us up top a really nice, Braddock body of water. There were few people, which is always a plus.