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Parks & nature in Benicia

Park
“More of a walking trail, but a good place to stretch the legs. Dogs on leash ok, bikes ok. ”
16 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Benicia is the original 1st Capital of California in 1851. The Original Benicia State Capital Building is iconic, beautiful, and historic. At the corner of 1st & G Streets, it is right downtown, easy to get to and a "must see" for Visitors to Benicia.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Beach, free boat dock, free parking, grass area, kids play area, volleyball, BBQ pit, tables.”
3 locals recommend
Park
2 locals recommend
Park
“Historically, the Matthew Turner Shipyard Park was the primary shipbuilding yard of Matthew Turner in the 1880s. The park currently contains remnants of past shipbuilding equipment that can be viewed along the waterfront.”
1 local recommends
Park
“Lovely park with playground and picnic tables within walking distance from the house. ”
1 local recommends
Park
1 local recommends
Park
“Walk up the hill and turn right, then left (both dead ends). You'll see the hiking trail straightaway. ”
1 local recommends
Park
“A nice hike around a small reservoir. It connects to one of Benicia's large city parks which has baseball diamonds, a dog park, a street hockey rink, frisbee golf course, bbq pits and a giant slide that kids love.”
1 local recommends