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Benicia State Recreation Area: Dillon Point Trail

Benicia State Recreation Area

Benicia State Recreation Area: Dillon Point Trail

Benicia State Recreation Area: Dillon Point Trail

Location: Benicia, Solano County, CA
Difficulty: Easy
Features: Hiking trails, dogs allowed, beach/shore, bike friendly, bird watching

Benicia State Recreation Area is a state park in California safeguarding tidal wetland. It is located in Solano County, 2 miles from Benicia. The park covers around 400 acres of marsh and grassy hillsides as well as beaches along the Carquinez Strait. The recreation area is also home to trail routes. One is the Dillon Point Trail.

The Dillon Point Trail is a .4 mile trail from either the 4th or 5th parking lot along the Dillon Point road. The trail snakes through the waterline as it heads to Dillon Point.

Top 3 Adventure Hacks

1) Bring a camera

The trail runs along fine wooded canyon streams and offers Hoegees Camp, Mount Zion, and Sturtevant Falls on one hike. Of course, you don’t want to miss taking a picture of this area.

2) A portable camping shower may be handy Portable Camp Shower Product

The long trek may be lined with bushes or a variety of plant life. Whenever a skin allergy begins to attack, it pays to have a portable camping shower.

3) Trek with style

Keep track of time with a stylish and durable wristwatch.

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