Maps & Transportation

Yolo County is halfway between the hustle and bustle of the Bay Area and the foothills the Gold Country heading into the west Sierra Nevada.

Renowned for its bike trails, greenbelts, innovative and historic neighborhoods, a diverse population, and the University of California, Davis campus, Yolo County is a cultural, educational, and entertainment melting pot.

In the heart of the Sacramento Valley, we are just 15 minutes from the State Capitol, museums, and other metropolitan attractions. With three Interstate highways traveling through in all direction, Yolo County is easily accessible by automobile; it’s just about an hour and a half from either the Bay Area or the Lake Tahoe region.

Davis, Winters, and Woodland also benefit from their proximity to the historic Southern Pacific train depot, which is served by Amtrak Capitol Corridor, Greyhound, Yolo Bus and Unitrans, making it an easy destination.

If you’re traveling from a greater distance, the Davis Airporter and Yolo Bus provide service to Sacramento International Airport (SMF), again just minutes away, with connections across the U.S. and around the world.