This is the most photogenic park in Sacramento. This park, recently refurbished, is also a haven for amateur sports ... More
This is the most photogenic park in Sacramento. This park, recently refurbished, is also a haven for amateur sports enthusiasts. Baseball fields, horseshoe sand pits, a soccer field, and tennis courts are available. Picnickers will find tables and barbecue apparatus scattered around this large park, measuring four blocks square. The wholesome atmosphere is reinforced by plenty of sturdy wooden playground equipment, jungle gyms, swings and slides for the kids. Joggers living in nearby Midtown neighborhoods make extensive use of the trail circling the park.
Located next to Sutter's Fort , California State Indian Museum displays history from the Native American perspective. View intricately woven
baskets, ceremonial dance regalia, sacred objects, headdresses, native instruments and other cultural items used by California's native people. Themes ...
This 9 hole layout, at 5208 yards, has the length and difficulty of many 18 hole courses. With a pair
of par four holes and one par five, even low handicappers will find their skills challenged. In fact, many ...
The native plant landscaping would make the park's namesake, the United Farm Worker union founder, proud: a green oasis amid
the concrete jungle of downtown Sacramento. This small open space has tall old palm trees, flowers and grass and ...