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Fairfield is a city in, and the province seat of, Solano County, California, United States. It is by and large considered the midpoint between the urban areas of San Francisco and Sacramento, around 36 miles from the downtown area of both urban areas, roughly 31 miles from the downtown area of Oakland, under 19 miles from Napa Valley, 16 miles from the Carquinez Bridge, and 14 miles from the Benicia Bridge.
As per the City of Fairfield site, Native Americans, for example, those from the Ion society, settled in the Rockville and Green Valley regions. Antiquities that have been found from a portion of the most punctual human tenants of the Fairfield range are dated to associate with five to six thousand years of age, making them a portion of the most established Native American settlements in Northern California.
Things to do in Fairfield:
Take advantage of the natural beauty of the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee’s mountain country. Visit Fairfield Glade’s lush, rolling fairways and multiple championship courses. With the mild Tennessee weather, golf in Fairfield Glade is a year-round luxury!
Cumberland County Playhouse At Fairfield Glade
The Cumberland County Playhouse is a premier performing arts theater in Crossville, TN. The playhouse is considered one of ten largest professional theaters in rural America, serving roughly 145,000 visitors annually. Enjoy one of the 500 performances, musicals and dance productions celebrating Tennessee and Appalachian themes.
Dorchester Golf Club At Fairfield Glade
Spend a day out on the bentgrass greens lined with picturesque trees and shrubbery. This well-manicured 18-hole course offers challenging hazards for more advanced levels. The course enjoys a more rural setting than the other golf clubs.
Submerse your palate with the rich flavors of the Cumberland Plateau. Wine tasting in the Fairfield Glade area is sure to please. Pay a visit to the Stonehaus Winery and Chestnut Hill Winery for complimentary wine tasting of exceptional tasting dry, semi-sweet and sweet wines.
A breathtaking 6,499 yards of golf are sure to test your golf skills. Golfers of all skill levels can spend a full day on the greens surrounded by scenic Tennessee landscape and Lake Dartmoor.
Heatherhurst Crag Golf Course
Heatherhurst Crag Golf Course was completed in mid-2000 with the addition of nine holes. This new premier golf course features bentgrass tees and greens, wide open fairways and plenty of chances to see just what your golf skills are made of. The club also offers group and private lessons.
Stonehenge Golf Club At Fairfield Glade
In 1985, Stonehenge Golf Club was ranked the Number 1 Best New Resort Golf course in the nation. Currently, Golf Digest rates Stonehenge as the #1 Public Course in Tennessee. Surrounding the course are the native stone formations of the area, as well as beautiful natural rock outcroppings that add to the beauty of this 18-hole course.
Tennessee Wildwood Riding Stables
Grab your riding boots and head to the Wildwood Riding Stables for a full day of equestrian action. Enjoy a horseback riding or a pony ride through the scenic trails. If that’s not your thing, you can always enjoy a relaxing hay ride through the Fairfield Glade farmland.
Weather in Fairfield :
Fairfield County celebrates spring with many Dogwood Festivals that are celebrated throughout the county and most notably in Fairfield. Spring is one of the best times for canoeing and kayaking on Long Island Sound to see the many species of birds that habituate the coast. Another favorite spring activity is a visit to one of the many nurseries and a stroll through beautiful display gardens.
In Fairfield County you are never very far from the water – be it Long Island Sound or one of the rivers that thread their way through the region. Fairfield County boasts thirty miles of coastline and has sandy beaches that entice boaters, beachcombers and fishermen to explore the scenery of the sound. Saltwater diversions include boating on a research vessel from the Maritime Aquarium to a pleasure cruise on a ferryboat to Sheffield Island with its historic lighthouse and a view of Manhattan. A romantic way to explore the Sound is to charter a three-masted sailing ship or luxury yacht with cocktails and hors d’ oeuvres served shipside. Sports fishing charters are the order of the day for fishing aficionados. For fresh water enthusiasts there is always canoeing and kayaking on the lazy Saugatuck River or around Norwalk’s necklace of islands in the Sound.
Beginning in September through late October the days are crisp, clear and sunny; the evenings are cool. Fairfield County is alive with the activity of the harvest, which culminates in many major events such as Norwalk’s famous Oyster Festival, Hay and Corn Mazes, Scarecrow Festivals and Jack-O’-Lantern Spectaculars. During the first three weeks in October the bucolic countryside and colonial villages of Easton, Weston, New Cannan, Huntington and Wilton are transformed into a palette of brilliant colors along with the fire colors of fall found in the cities along the coast.
The winters are usually mild along the southwest coast of Connecticut. However when it snows it transforms Fairfield County into a winter wonderland that is only thirty-five miles from Manhattan. Dazzling festive events, exhibitions, special sales and entertainment at Museums, Art Galleries and Performing Arts offer a treasure trove of holiday options for visitors and residents alike.
Best Time to visit:
The best time to visit Fairfield is from September to November. Autumn offers warm temperatures and fewer crowds. Spring is another good time, but you can expect the breezes to have a little more bite. The Golden Gate City witnesses a surge in tourism during the summer as people head west in search of sun, sand and surf. However, the fluctuating climate can quickly trounce a day at the beach. Those looking for the perfect seaside getaway should consider a trip to Los Angeles where the sunshine lasts year-round. Meanwhile, winter in Fairfield draws bargain-hunters with the promise of lower hotel rates and fewer people. If you decide to travel in the wintertime, arm yourself from the chilly temperatures with plenty of layers.