8 Hidden Gems In Sacramento
Sacramento Historic City Cemetery
Founded in 1849, this cemetery offers a walk to Old Town Sacramento’s earliest history
California State Indian Museum
Do you know California had one of the largest native American populations before the colonization?
Sutter’s Fort Historical Park
Prior to the Gold Rush Era, life in the region was situated around the historic site Sutter’s Fort.
Paradise Beach is a scenic riverside recreational area, perfect for swimming, fishing, and picnics
North Laguna Creek Wildlife Area
You might not see exotic animals but it’s a perfect place for people looking to relax and unwind
Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area
With hundreds of migratory birds, the wildlife area is a haven for birdwatching enthusiasts
Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail
Surrounded by lush forests and beautiful riverside, this is one of Sacramento's most scenic trails
Lake Almanor and Lassen Volcanic National Park
The park’s most prominent feature is Lassen Peak, the world’s largest plug dome volcano
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