Sacramento public parks are some of the best places for tennis, whether you play like Rafael Nadal or are more of a casual weekend player. So grab your racket, hit one of these great local courts and start lobbing.
With hundreds of tree-filled parks, numerous places to access waterways, outdoor community concerts and urban spots with public arts installations, Sacramento is rich with opportunities for picnicking.
Children and play are one and the same. Anytime, anywhere, play is at the top of list, interrupted only by food and sleep. The greater Sacramento area is absolutely bursting with wonderful playgrounds for children of all ages, both inside and outside.
Looking for a spot to shoot some hoops in Sacramento? Here’s a look at some of the best outdoor basketball courts in Sacramento.
Families are complaining about swarms of bugs at McKinley Park, and now the city says it’s looking into what it can do to fix the issue.
Michelle Prescott says she found dozens of what she believed are fleas on her 20-month-old nephew Benjamin following a trip to McKinley Park.
Most of us grew up with a variety of traditions, and the Easter egg hunt was a typical annual event. Things have changed a little since we were children as now there are other events that can be enjoyed.
The driver of that SUV took everyone by surprise, narrowly missing park pedestrians before taking the vehicle for a swim.
Here’s a list of some places to add to your 24-hour itinerary in Sacramento.
The grand opening is the culmination of good old-fashioned teamwork where the community came together to rebuild the popular playground. More than 2,000 volunteers pitched in, and built an even better place to play than before.
The McKinley Park playground is officially open to the public.
With two days of triple-digit temperatures on the way, volunteers rebuilding at McKinley Park in east Sacramento are finding ways to help keep the crews cool.