Lagoon Valley CA Homes For Sale

Vacaville, California

Lagoon Valley is a beautiful remote, yet easy to reach, area. Surrounded by wide open space on 3 sides, it stretches from the open area north of Paradise Valley in Fairfield north to the open area south of Alamo neighborhood. The east side backs up to the open space on the other side of federal land. Its western border is Interstate 80.

Neighborhoods Nearby Lagoon Valley

Vacaville has distinct neighborhoods, each with its own character and overall vibe. From the historic downtown area with its gorgeous old Victorians to the beautiful rolling hills of Browns Valley, there is a neighborhood for everyone here.

Lagoon Valley Home Improvement Resources

Perhaps you’re not quite ready to sell your home, but need to make a few crucial updates in order to make it market ready. Or maybe you need to make improvements before moving in to your newly purchased home. Everything from kitchen and bath remodels, additions, or full cosmetic overhaul, no project is too big or too small.

Lagoon Valley Real Estate Agents

We have knowledgeable real estate agents ready and waiting to help you buy or sell the perfect home in Vacaville. Each of our associates is a host of valuable information about the city and all that it has to offer.

Lagoon Valley Zip Codes

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Lagoon Valley Market Stats

  • 2016 Average sale price is $656,227
  • 2016 # of Homes Sold: 22
  • 2016 Average Days on Market: 76

Lagoon Valley Nearby Cities

Vacaville is in the heart of Solano County, located near major city hubs and smaller urban cores, alike.

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Lagoon Valley School Information

Lagoon Valley is currently home to no schools, however there are many for Lagoon Valley residents to choose from. No matter where you live in Lagoon Valley, great education is just around the corner.


Alternative Cooperative Education Charter School
Grades: K-6
400 Hemlock St.
Vacaville , CA 95688

Fairmont Charter Elementary School
Grades: K-6
1355 Morning Glory Dr.
Vacaville , CA 95687

Orchard Elementary School
Grades: K-6
805 N. Orchard Ave.
Vacaville , CA 95688

Solano County Special Education
Grades: PRE-12
1707 California Dr.
Vacaville , CA 95687


Solano County Special Education
Grades: PRE-12
1707 California Dr.
Vacaville , CA 95687

Vaca Pena Middle School
Grades: 7-8
200 Keith Way
Vacaville , CA 95687

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Elise P. Buckingham Charter Magnet High School
Grades: 9-12
188 Bella Vista Rd. #B
Vacaville , CA 95687

Solano County Special Education
Grades: PRE-12
1707 California Dr.

Will C. Wood High School
Grades: 9-12
998 Marshall Rd.
Vacaville , CA 95687


Bethany Lutheran
Grades: K-8
1011 Ulatis Dr
Vacaville , CA 95687

Faith Academy
Grades: K-8
490 Brown St.
Vacaville , CA 95688

Vacaville Adventist Christian School
Grades: 1-8
4740 Allendale Rd.
Vacaville , CA 95688

Vacaville Christian Schools
Grades: PRE-12
1117 Davis St.
Vacaville , CA 95687


Notre Dame
Grades: K-8
1781 Marshall Rd.
Vacaville , CA 9568


Adult Education
100McClellan Rd.
Vacaville , CA 95687

Lagoon Valley In Depth


Lagoon Valley is a beautiful remote, yet easily accessible, area. Surrounded by wide open space on 3 sides, it stretches from the open area north of Paradise Valley in Fairfield north to the open area south of Alamo neighborhood. The east side backs up to the open space on the other side of federal land. Its western border is Interstate 80.

Parks and Recreation

The very epi-center of Lagoon Valley is the gorgeous Pena Adobe Park, a  470 acre park includes the historic Pena Adobe home, barbecue areas, horseshoe pit, multi-purpose field, bike trails, a small pond, excellent hiking, Lagoon Valley Lake for fishing and non-motorized boating. The park also features a 30,000 square foot fenced in dog park complete with trees, water and trash receptacles. The largest park in Vacaville and also the most popular.


There are currently approximately 96,958 people living in the city of Vacaville. The population density 3233.5 per square mile. The median age of resident in the city is 38.2, which is slightly higher than both the state average of 35.6 and the national average of 37.4. Most households are families of 3. The majority of residents are English speaking, with the next commonly spoken language being Spanish. The workforce is primarily made up of blue collar jobs, with roughly 35% of the force being white collar positions.


Vacaville has a typical Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Characteristic of inland California, summers can get quite hot. Autumns are warm in the early part but quickly cool down as the wet season approaches. Winters can be cool, and often foggy, but are mild compared to other regions. Spring is a rather pleasant season with fairly mild temperatures and not so much rain. The greater majority of precipitation falls in the autumn, winter, and spring months with little to none in summer. On average, there are 260 sunny days per year in Vacaville, California. The average yearly temperature is a pleasant 73 degrees F and is the ideal location for outdoor adventures of all kinds. The high temperature in July is 94 degrees F and the low in January is around 39 degrees F. Sperling's comfort index for Vacaville is an 83 out of 100. Its higher score indicates a comfortable year-around climate.


This neighborhood's prime attraction is the amazing park for which it is named. An absolute must visit!

The city's ideal location and its commitment to industry, affordable housing, quality schools, a wide array of youth activities, and numerous community events contribute to making Vacaville a family-oriented city. Residents of all ages participate in organized sports leagues year-round, including soccer, baseball, softball, and ice hockey. In addition, the City of Vacaville provides high quality recreation programs for all ages, and has continued to invest in state-of-the-art public recreation facilities, including a new community pool with water slides and a diving well, ball fields, and a skateboard park.

There are numerous community events throughout the year that provide fun for the entire family, including the annual Fiesta Days and Fourth of July celebrations, a “Tribute to Seniors”, free concerts during the summer at the downtown Creekwalk, and the “Merriment on Main” festivities during the holiday season. With Vacaville’s central location, residents can “day trip” to beaches, Lake Tahoe, and the Napa wine country. However, they need not look further than Vacaville for a wide range of arts and entertainment opportunities, including the Vacaville Performing Arts Theater. For those who enjoy the outdoors, Lagoon Valley Park provides the opportunity to fish, hike, and sail in a scenic, natural setting.

Other options include enjoying the downtown with a stroll along the beautiful Alamo Creek or enjoy Creekwalk Festivities, catching a movie, or hitting the ice at the skating center. Residents and visitors enjoy some of the best shopping in the area with a thriving retail district along Interstate 80 that includes one of the largest factory outlet complexes in California.

If restaurants and dining are your thing, Vacaville has options galore! Residents and visitors enjoy an expanding choice of restaurants in the revitalized, historic downtown, traditional family owned restaurants, to sports bar and grills, seriously delicious steakhouses, teppen-yaki, sushi, Mediterranean, Italian to established franchises, you’ll find it all in Vacaville.

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Community Resources

Community resources are available throughout areas in Vacaville, such as Downtown Vacaville.


Healthcare resources are available throughout areas of Vacaville.


Vacaville/Fairfield/Suisun City are home to the Travis Air Force Base, which is under the operational control of the Air Mobility Command. It is located just 3 miles east of the main business district in Vacaville. The 60th Air Mobility Wing is the largest wing in the Air Force’s AMC command, and is the host unit at Travis AFB. Travis AFB handles more cargo and passengers through its airport than any other military terminal in the nation. The base has had a major impact on the Central Solano County community, as many military families and veterans have chosen to make the city their permanent home. It is also the largest employer in the entire county and greatly helps the area’s overall economic stability.


There are numerous schools located throughout the city for children to attend. Lagoon Valley is served by the Vacaville Unified School District. Vacaville Unified School District has an enrollment of over 12,841 in 27 schools. There are also parochial schools, pre-schools, and day care centers in the area. Over 30 colleges and universities within the Bay Area and Central Valley are within easy commuting distance from Lagoon Valley.

Real Estate

There is a wide range of homes available to buy or rent in Lagoon Valley. The median sales price is approximately $421,250. A majority of the available homes are single-family homes, built during the mid-late 20th century.Lagoon Valley’s strategic location, extensive transportation networks, readily available and value-priced properties, and proximity to Northern California's attractions all make it a prime location to live.