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One of the major local businesses is Jelly Belly, the jelly bean maker, and there are free Jelly Belly Factory Tours available almost every day. The factory is on the other side of Fairfield from Travis, about 20 minutes away.

The Rockville Hills Regional Park is a city park with over 600 acres of forest, with hiking, backpacking, and picnicking opportunities; the park includes the local North Bay Area Ridge Trail, a hiking and biking path, part of a growing systems of trails in the Bay Area.

The Fairfield Linear Bike Trail is a bike and walker trail connecting two parks in a greenbelt on a converted rail line; the trail also connects Solano Community College to downtown Fairfield, and the local mall, and comes close to Fairfield High School and almost to Air Base Parkway, near Travis.

Allan Witt Park
, on the south side of Fairfield, is a fairly large city park, and site of a sports complex, baseball, softball, football, and soccer fields, a swim center (aquatics complex), a skate park, basketball and tennis courts, horseshoe pits, picnic areas, and many other play and recreation amenities.

The Suisun Marsh is an important wetland south of Suisun City, supporting a large breeding population of fish, especially salmon, and waterbirds, especially ducks. It is the home of several hunting private clubs and can be hunted with proper licensing, and is a great spot for canoeing, camping, and wildlife viewing.

Laurel Creek Park
is on the east side of Fairfield, near base, and hosts a number of baseball and softball fields, and a large playground area.

Lake Solano Park
and the Putah Creek State Wildlife Area are near each other on the north side of the county, and provide a wealth of camping and backpacking opportunities. A bit northwest of these parks is Lake Berryessa, a reservoir surrounded by managed lands. The lake has miles of boating, camping, and fishing; beware the drainage hole on the southeast side of the lake, near the dam; it's quite a site from a safe viewing angle - it looks kind of like a black hole.
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