Local rock, blues and funk bands blend to make this pub the after-dark spot in historic Old Folsom. The place has a great ... More
Local rock, blues and funk bands blend to make this pub the after-dark spot in historic Old Folsom. The place has a great bar, large screen televisions, plenty of games and an old-time roadhouse decor. Surrounded by the antique shops and restaurants, it offers the perfect spot to unwind after a day of shopping or sightseeing. Mainstay local bands like Beer Dawgs and Mercy Me, plus touring standouts like Maria Muldaur, perform on stage Wednesdays through Saturdays.
The old Folsom Powerhouse on the American River has changed little since its completion in 1869. Built by H.P. Livermore,
the two story Tennessee marble structure still has its original generators, transformers and switchboards. When the powerhouse was in ...
Host to some four million visitors a year, Folsom Lake State Recreation Area offers 18,000 acres of water open to
fishing, water skiing and boating; plus plenty of land for hiking, horseback riding, camping and picnicking. Hike, bike or ...
When country singer Johnny Cash sang "Folsom Prison Blues," America became familiar with this rough granite walled state penitentiary. The
prison was built in 1880 to handle the overload from San Quentin. Tours of the prison are not offered; ...
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