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McKinley Park
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California State Capitol Museum
#1 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
The building has a phenomenal presence located at the end of a wonderful boulevard and fronted by a lovely garden/park and shouldered on eitherside by equally imposing and architecturally symmetrical Romanesque go...
The California State Capitol and its Museum as well as the Capitol Park with its many memorials and monuments are three excellent reasons why you should visit Sacramento.
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William Land Park
#2 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
If you have driven past William Land Park with it's great running path, zoo, Fairy Tale Town, golf course, play grounds, picnic areas, and Funderland, you may have missed the incredible Rock Garden.
Whether you want to mediate near one of the ponds, enjoy a rock garden of native plants, golf, bring the kids to the zoo, fairytale town, small amusement park, ponies rides, host a family or church picnic, or loun...
Capitol Park
#3 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
The Park includes a rose garden, a Vietnam War memorial, Valencia Orange trees and groves of historic trees specifically planted to highlight the diversity of our California ecosystem...if you are lucky, you will...
After your tour of Capitol Park, you can simply walk down Capitol Mall, cross the river, and you're in Old Sacramento, a fun tourist area with shops, restaurants, a hotel and restaurant on a riverboat, and the fab...
American River Bicycle Trail
#4 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
There is always wildlife to be seen, from coyotes to red-tailed hawks to deer to rabbits to herons, to salmon, etc. Nature provides constant surprises, whether you're biking or walking.
From Folsom Lake in the east to Discovery Park north of downtown, Sacramento is blessed with 30 miles of paved bike trails, accompanied by connecting running, mountain bike and horse trails along the American River.
Fairytale Town
#5 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
The slides, nature, and climbing structures are great fun for little ones.
It is a large area in Land Park filled with climbable scenes from many, many fairy tales.
American River Parkway
#6 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Overall it is a wonderful way to reconnect with nature--the river is always right there, there are wild turkeys, rabbits, woodpeckers, etc.--and find solitude or make it a social occasion.
Take a horse trail path and enjoy the serenity of the river, or take a picnic and enjoy the parks and nature.
McKinley Park
#7 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
McKinley Park, is set in a premiere neighborhood in the heart of Sacramento! Best choice for a local picnic or event involving a fairly large crowd-approximately 1000+ or perfect for a romantic couples lunch date...
This park has a community center, community pool, children's playground, baseball diamonds, library, soccer area, duck pond, tennis courts, rose garden, picnic areas, and lots of open spaces for people to spread out.
Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park
#8 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
The park is beautifully laid out and is surrounded by a green space with lake and fountains.
Sutter's Fort State Historic Park is a great place to visit for kids, adults, and families.
Sacramento Zoo
#9 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
... shop for u to shopping too we will be back agains we very very love the zoo and also have a fairytale park for the kids too it very amazing place i dont think i walk around good yet cause we so excited and go ...
You can also ride the horses and they have a small amusement park which the children found to be wonderful!
Loch Leven Lakes Trail
#10 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Lower American River
#11 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Discovery Park
#12 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Stevens Trail
#13 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Curtis Park
#14 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
An ideal neighborhood park for walking, jogging, tennis, kids playground, throwing a frisbee or just having a picnic
Curtis Park is a place to buy a home if you can find one that is available.
Tahoe Park
#15 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
This Park and Neighborhood Are So User Friendly
Climbaroo
#16 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Cesar Chavez Park
#17 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Friday Nights during the late Spring and Summer months they have an awesome Friday night Concert in the park with bands and musicians from all over and lots of local vendors.
Beautiful in nature and spirit
East Portal Park
#18 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Marco Dog Park
#19 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Winn Park
#20 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Marriott Park
#21 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
William B Pond Recreation Area
#22 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento
Swanston Park
#23 of 23 Nature & Parks in Sacramento