The Sacramento Zoo wildlife has grown with the addition of a 2-year-old female Masai giraffe.
The heat isn’t just hard on the humans, but all kinds of animals are exposed to the triple digit temperatures, many without the luxury of going indoors.
Though it’s hard to admit, sometimes it’s just necessary to pencil in family fun time. When the school doors open, fun family time tends to get squeezed between classes and school events. Take the opportunity before school starts for your family to play at one of these exciting Sacramento spots.
Sacramento’s perfect picnic places across the city will turn any lunchtime liaison into a picnickers paradise with activities for every outdoor enthusiast. From sports fields to rose gardens and playgrounds to bark parks, there is a little bit of everything in the five best places to bring a basket in Sacramento.
The oldest Sumatran orangutan in the United States was put to sleep Tuesday morning at the Sacramento Zoo, according to a zoo press release.
While the occasional wayward sea lion has made an appearance in the Sacramento River, and some backyards in the area have been graced with a hawk sighting, traveling skunk or raccoon, in general, if you want to see wildlife, you need to know where to go.
How do you protect your sanity when the kids all want to do something different? Well, you can make
everyone under the age of 12 happy, by heading to Land Park.
While the Kings are considering moving out of the Natomas Area, there’s another local mainstay who is thinking of moving in.
Looking for something to do with kids in the Capital City? Here are some online resources to help you keep your calendar filled with fun, educational activities that won’t cost a bundle.
As any parent traveling with children knows, there’s nothing like a zoo or aquarium to simultaneously captivate the attention of little ones and adults.
Looking for a unique place to send your kids for day camp? Here are our top picks for places that are sure to make your campers happy!