Come to the 9th Annual Lynch Canyon Kite Festival
on Saturday, May 6th from noon to 4pm!
Lynch Canyon's Kite Festival is dedicated to its founder,
Mike Rydjord (September 8, 1946 - November 2, 2013)
Photo by Dave Reider
Bay breezes, grassy hills and open fields make for ideal kite-flying conditions at Lynch Canyon. Learn more about kite-flying at www.kite.org and www.nationalkitemonth.org.
- The festival is free!
- Parking is $6 (cash or check), or an annual parking pass can be purchased; call 707-784-6765 for details. All proceeds help Solano County Parks keep this land open and safe.
WHAT TO BE PREPARED FOR: (1) All ages and ability levels are welcome! (2) Dogs are not allowed (to protect wildlife, rare plants, and free-range cattle). (3) Expect rough, uneven ground. (4) We do our best to minimize it for the festival, but expect some cow manure as this is a working ranch where free-range cattle roam as they please. (5) There is no drinking water. (6) There is one outhouse. (7) Take only pictures, leave only footprints. (8) Maintain a safe distance from cattle and wildlife, and be aware that this is tick, mountain lion, and potentially rattlesnake country.
WHAT TO BRING: (1) A kite. (2) Drinking water. (3) A picnic lunch. (4) Protection from sun, wind, fog and rain. (5) Boots or sturdy closed-toe shoes. (6) $6 cash or check for parking. (7) Your friends and family!
MEETING PLACE: The grassy field for kite-flying is right beside the parking lot. Click here for directions to Lynch Canyon.
WEATHER PLAN: Rain may cancel.
REGISTRATION: None. Just show up! Questions? 707-432-0150, firstname.lastname@example.org