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This park is right by the river and is a really nice stroll. If you walk during the work week, you can see a lo of state workers as well as other people taking a stroll for their break. after work hours or weekends, its...More
I live in Sacramento and believe that the parkway is one of the best features in the area. It is a fantastic place to ride bike and you will likely run into some wildlife, which is so cool because you are traveling through an urban...More
The parkway is actually called the Jedidiah Smith Parkway, in honor of an early, pre-Gold Rush explorer. It stretches almost 30 miles from Folsom Lake to just south and east of the Old Sacramento junction of the American River with the Sacramento River. It is...More
We rented bikes and started the American River Parkway. I expect that if we could have made it far enough out it would have gotten better but the extreme poverty / homlessness of the area made it feel unsafe to ride with children. We did...More
If you're a bike rider or runner it's a must. All the way from Folsom Lake to downtown Sacramento, bikers fly by, as do many commuters.
Some sections of the trail, especially to the east have a great and beautiful feel on the river and...More
I live very near the American River Parkway, and have the distinct privilege to visit almost daily. I constantly marvel at the forethought shown back in the 1960's (I think) to save for posterity the area on either side of the American River as it...More
The parkway along the American River runs from downtown all the way to Folsom Lake, 30 miles away. The bike trail is totally safe, off-road from the traffic where you can ride along the river and through several parks. There are also many walking trails...More
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Absolutely. Many people fish along the bank, off pedestrian bridges, out of boats and - in salmon season - with waders. I'm not a fisherman, so can't comment on their success. But, since when has fishing been correlated to... More
Absolutely. Many people fish along the bank, off pedestrian bridges, out of boats and - in salmon season - with waders. I'm not a fisherman, so can't comment on their success. But, since when has fishing been correlated to success? Except in tournaments...