8 Hidden Gems In Sacramento
Sacramento Historic City Cemetery
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Founded in 1849, this cemetery offers a walk to Old Town Sacramento’s earliest history
California State Indian Museum
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Do you know California had one of the largest native American populations before the colonization?
Sutter’s Fort Historical Park
3
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
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You might not see exotic animals but it’s a perfect place for people looking to relax and unwind
Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area
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With hundreds of migratory birds, the wildlife area is a haven for birdwatching enthusiasts
Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail
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Surrounded by lush forests and beautiful riverside, this is one of Sacramento's most scenic trails
Lake Almanor and Lassen Volcanic National Park
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The park’s most prominent feature is Lassen Peak, the world’s largest plug dome volcano