Located in Davis, California, a city just west of Sacramento, the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex is one of the most prominent complexes in Central California. The Davis Legacy Soccer Complex features an impressive 19 natural grass fields, three of which are lighted. Ample parking and plenty of restrooms make the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex as accommodating as it is well-equipped.

After your team is done competing for the day, you’ll probably be looking for some fun things to do nearby. Luckily Davis is a city that’s home to a variety of kid-friendly attractions. This makes it easily to find places that everyone on your team will enjoy visiting. Plenty of restaurants offering cuisines ranging from Mexican to Italian will make choosing where to go eat with your team a simple process as well.

So, don’t just spend your downtime hanging around the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex or staying in your hotel room. You’ll find that Davis is a beautiful city with a lot to offer.


Things to Do

Bohart Museum of Entomology

If your team is fascinated by all things creepy and crawly, take them to the Bohart Museum of Entomology during your visit to the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex.

Located on the campus of the University of California, Davis just over a 10-minute drive from the complex, this unique museum features the seventh largest insect collection in North America.

Home to more than seven million specimens, the Bohart Museum of Entomology is sure to impress even the most knowledgeable insect fanatic. Each year an average of 30,000 newly acquired specimens are added to the collection, so even if it isn’t your team’s first time visiting the Bohart Museum of Entomology, you can be sure that there will be something new and exciting to see this time around. University of California, Davis, CA 95616


UC Davis Arboretum

After your visit to the Bohart Museum of Entomology, make a point to spend some time with your team at the UC Davis Arboretum. This beautiful 100-acre arboretum is just a short, one-mile walk away from the museum.

The UC Davis Arboretum is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year, making it a great place for you and your team to spend some time relaxing in the great outdoors no matter how hectic your schedule may be.

The arboretum’s stunning collection of flora includes approximately 22,000 trees and plants adapted to a Mediterranean climate. The collection is arranged in a series of 17 gardens representing distinct geographic areas, plant groups, or horticultural themes.

Just a few of the many gardens that will enchant you and your team during your visit to the UC Davis Arboretum include the T. Elliot Weier Redwood Grove, the East Asian Collection, and the Carolee Shields White Flower Garden. 1 Shields Ave, Davis, CA 95616


Haagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven

Davis Legacy Soccer Complex - Travel - Hotels4TeamsIf you and your team particularly enjoyed your visit to the UC Davis Arboretum and are looking for another wonderful outdoor attraction to visit during your stay in Davis, the Haagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven is the place to “bee.”

Like the Bohart Museum of Entomology and the UC Davis Arboretum, the Haagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven is located on the campus of UC Davis, so if you’ve got the time, try to check out all three of these can’t-miss attractions.

Despite its name, you won’t find anyone serving up delicious ice cream at the Haagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven. What you’ll find instead is a unique outdoor museum dedicated to providing a site for the observation and study of bees and the plants that support them. The haven features over 200 different plant species and a bee population that varies depending on weather conditions and the time of year.

If you’re worried about you or someone on your team being stung by a bee during your visit to the haven, don’t be! Bees are not flying around looking for people to sting and even if provoked, their first response is typically to fly away. Bee Biology Road, University of California, Davis, CA 95616


California Agriculture Museum

Since your team will likely be spending a good portion of their day under the hot California sun on the fields at the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex, they’d probably appreciate visiting some indoor attractions during their downtime. If that’s the case, head to the California Agriculture Museum.

Just a short, 20-minute drive from the complex, the California Agriculture Museum showcases the state’s rich agricultural history with 130,000 square feet of interactive, one-of-a-kind exhibits and one of the world’s largest collection of antique agricultural equipment, including more than 100 antique tractors.

Both docent-led and self-guided tours are available, so how you and your team explore the museum is entirely up to you. 1962 Hays Ln, Woodland, CA 95776


Cinemark Movies 5

Another great indoor attraction that’s not too far from the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex is Cinemark Movies 5. Built in the early ‘90s, this modest movie theater lacks the panache and over-the-top, state-of-the-art features that many newer theaters do. However, it remains a go-to place among locals looking to grab some snacks, kick back, and watch the latest Hollywood blockbuster that everyone’s been raving about.

The ticket prices at Cinemark Movies 5 are cheaper than other local theaters as well, which will certainly help to leave some room in your team’s budget for popcorn and other tasty but pricey theater concessions. 1579-A East St, Woodland, CA 95776


Reiff’s Antique Gas Station Automotive Museum

Founded in 2000 by collector and car enthusiast Mark Reiff, Reiff’s Antique Gas Station Automotive Museum is a popular attraction in nearby Woodland that showcases the car culture of the 1960s, 1950s, and earlier.

What makes this museum particularly unique is that it’s located in Reiff’s own home. After purchasing an antique gas pump at a garage sale in 1999, Reiff began collecting a variety of automotive antiques. This led him to convert his entire home into the museum that it is today.

Notable features of Reiff’s Gas Station Museum include a replica gas station, a 1956 Chevy tow truck, vintage gas station signs and logos, and a variety of other antique automotive memorabilia. Tours of Reiff’s Gas Station Museum are available throughout the year by appointment only. 52 Jefferson St, Woodland, CA 95695


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Places to Eat

In-N-Out Burger

If you and your team are visiting the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex from out-of-state, your trip to California won’t be complete without grabbing a bite to eat at the state’s most iconic fast food chain, In-N-Out Burger.

When it comes to fast food establishments, In-N-Out Burger is in a league of their own, offering exceptional quality at an affordable price. Every burger on their menu is made to order; nothing is frozen and nothing is microwaved.

From the classic Double-Double with two beef patties, American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and their signature “spread” to the outrageous Animal Style, which features mustard fried onto each patty, every burger on the menu at In-N-Out Burger menu is a can’t-miss West Coast experience.

In addition to burgers, In-N-Out Burger also serves fresh, hand-cut fries and decadent shakes that are the perfect way for your team to cool down after a big game. 1020 Olive Dr, Davis, CA 95616


Taqueria Davis

Located in the heart of Davis just minutes from the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex, Taqueria Davis is a popular local joint offering authentic, award-winning Mexican cuisine.

On the menu at Taqueria Davis you’ll find many different kinds of burritos and tacos, as well as quesadillas, enchiladas, tortas, and more.

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They also serve a variety of unique signature dishes that you won’t find anywhere else. These include the Carne Asada Fries, topped with plentiful portions of steak, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, and salsa; the Asian-inspired Taekwondo Tacos; and the 49’er, which is their hearty Super burrito doused in savory enchilada sauce.

Pair your meal with a tall glass of their homemade horchata for a taste bud-tantalizing mix of savory and sweet Mexican flavors. 505 1/2 L St, Davis, CA 95616



After your team has a big win at the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex, celebrate with a meal at Paesanos. A favorite among Davis locals, Paesanos features an expansive menu that’s sure to satisfy the tastes of the pickiest to the most adventurous eaters on your team.

While most of the offerings on the menu at Paesanos are Italian-inspired, they also serve dishes that draw inspiration from Philly to the Deep South. These include their Italian Cheese Steak sandwich, stuffed with generous portions of slow-roasted tri-tip, smoked mozzarella cheese, pepperoncini, cherry peppers, and aioli; and Spicy Creole pasta, which consists of gemelli pasta, chicken, andouille sausage, tasso ham, shrimp, spicy creole sauce, and a garnish of fresh cilantro. Also on the menu at Paesanos are a variety of salads, pizzas, calzones, and more. 139 G St, Davis, CA 95616


Black Bear Diner

Offering plentiful portions for reasonable prices, you and your team certainly won’t be leaving the Black Bear Diner hungry. There you and your team can enjoy downhome breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes that taste just like mama bear used to make.

For breakfast, Black Bear Diner serves everything from corned beef hash to thick-cut French toast. If you’re feeling as hungry as a bear, dig in to one of their heartiest breakfast offerings: the Country Benedict. Unlike your average Eggs Benedict, this dish is not topped with hollandaise sauce. Instead, it consists of an English muffin topped with chicken fried steak, two poached eggs, and luscious country gravy.

If you and your team decide to visit Black Bear Diner later in the day, you can enjoy dishes like meatloaf, slow-cooked pot roast, chicken and waffles, and fish and chips, along with burgers, salads, soups, sandwiches, and more. 255 2nd St, Davis, CA 95616


After arriving in Davis, you’ll quickly find that it won’t be a challenge to make the most of your team’s trip to the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex. That’s because this wonderful complex is located in a city with a lot to offer.

In addition to the fantastic weather that California is known for, you and your team will have the opportunity to enjoy unique attractions and an eclectic mix of restaurants during your stay. This altogether makes Davis likely to be one of the best team travel destinations you’ve ever been to.