Dixon is a city in northern Solano County, California, United States, located 23 miles (37 km) from the state capital, Sacramento. The population was 18,351 at the 2010 census. Other nearby cities include Vacaville, Winters and Davis.
Restaurants in Dixon
4.5 based on 16 reviews
An incredible corn maze that takes minimum 1 hr if you take the fast "left" route or 2hrs plus if you take the full "right" route. Check out the map online complete with the Sacramento Kings logo.....! $12/person.
Crazy pumpkin Canon that you can shoot a small pumpkin at a wrecked car about 60 yes away. $3/shot
Weekends are crammed full so try going in the day during the week.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
Our daughter was accepted to several UC's (including UCLA) and private schools (including USC). She chose Davis for its natural beauty, friendly town, amazing research programs, and just the nicest students you could imagine. We live in southern California, and the town of Davis just felt "good" to her, and all of us.
This is a very large outlet mall in two different plazas separates by a large street. It isn’t very conducive to walking. It is much too spread out. I would say the stores are maybe slightly above normal. Maybe a 6 on a scale of 1-10.
4.5 based on 343 reviews
This two-mile-long arboretum is a peaceful, popular spot.
UC Davis Arboretum is a treasure. Mostly paved walking path makes it walkable even on rainy days. Shaded with a heavy tree lined canopy makes it a great place to walk even in the heat of the summer. There are various "gardens/collections" along the loop path with informational signs about the plant species, their native origin, and other educational facts. Without predators the duck population has exploded and duck dropping are more prevalent than natural. Benches and tables along the Putah Creek loop course make this an enjoyable place to walk, relax, and unwind. A treasure to be preserved and protected.
5 based on 12 reviews
My husband, 26-year old son, and I visited the Bondolio Olive Oil Farm yesterday during a quick weekend trip to Davis, Ca. I love agri-tourism, and given the amount of agriculture in the area, it's surprising how little there was available. Our visit to Bondolio...MoreDear Amy, We were delighted you came to visit us with you husband and son. We are so happy you enjoyed your visit. Glad you enjoyed downtown Winters. Please visit us again. Enjoy yiur new found food products.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Under wide-open skies, Jepson Prairie Preserve explodes into color during its spring wildflower display. Dry and dormant most of the year, the prairie is transformed by winter rains into a tapestry of stunning colors, and its vernal pools host a rich diversity of rare aquatic life. Stay on the trails. No dogs allowed.
Take the beautiful, short, self-guided walk around a large vernal pond in open grassland. By late April when we visited there are still good displays of vernal pool flowers: Vernal Pool Goldfields (Lesthenia fremontii), Downingia, Mariposa Lily, Elegant Brodiaea, White Navarretia, etc. A few geese and stilts in the pond with reflection of the blue skies full of fluffy spring clouds.
It makes a pleasant morning outing with a lunch at the picnic tables under the eucalyptus trees across the road at the sign-in board.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Large, friendly, year-round market on Saturdays and Wednesdays. For half the year (May-Oct) the Wednesday Farmer's Market is host to Picnic in the Park with live entertainment, local picnic foods from vendors and kiosks, and the farmer's market vendors. Lovely community meeting area for wonderful produce, and other foods and Picnic in the Park on Wednesdays during good weather.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Reading reviews here about the original Nut Tree, it seems most reviewers miss the Nut Tree's uniqueness of being a locally owned, one-of-a-kind, non-corporate owned business. Having never visited the original Nut Tree, I do not have the nostalgic clouding that some reviewers have for this place. Today this place looks like the antithesis of the original Nut Tree, it is a large shopping complex that looks pretty much like any other large shopping complex found in almost every city in America. All the same corporate stores and corporate restaurants are here. Very few, if any, small locally owned business that have any unique flavor. Don't worry if you miss the exit for the Nut Tree, there will be anther shopping complex just like this in the next town you come to.
5 based on 11 reviews
Our go-to, "happy place" in Winters -- it really is like Cheers! Mike is truly amazing about introducing you to new wines or beers that suit your taste. Never disappointed with his selections. Casual, fun, unpretentious atmosphere. Chill place to hang-out with friends or meet new ones . Great outdoor patio with bocce ball court. We always stop by when we're in the area, especially before shows at the Palms. Highly recommend a visit to check out & support this hidden gem.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
The Artery is an artist owned and operated cooperative gallery of fine art and contemporary crafts. I have considered joining and showing works here, but I feel the quality of artwork displayed at the Artery is better than what I'm currently producing! I particularly love the shows--I've been able to meet artists and see new, exciting work in several genres, particularly painting and glass art. Every second Friday of the month there are
All of the pieces displayed at the Artery are for sale; for the most part, I find the prices reasonable, and sometimes even economical. I have purchased more than a few gifts for special occasions.
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