Travel & Outdoors
Choose your race and enjoy your time on the course this spring in Sacramento.
Martin Luther King Day is a national holiday. The three-day weekend means that many people will be on the roads, getting out of town. There are choices that range from right next door to a bit further away. Take your time, plan well and book now for your long weekend.
One of the best ways to find out about this area is to take a tour. From the city to the mountains, you’ll have your pick of places to tour and enjoy.
Buying the gear for all of the outdoor pursuits that are within range of us can get to be pretty pricey. Rent instead from these Sacramento-area shops.
Read on to find some fun activities to do in the outdoors this winter in Sacramento and beyond.
Holidays are on the way, and so are your out-of-town visitors. They want to know what there is to see in Sacramento, and you get to direct them. Here are some ideas for anyone heading in for the holidays.
While there are many different and somewhat defined neighborhoods, the area around what is known as Midtown, which mixes with downtown, is an all around excellent bit of the city to explore on foot.
Treat yourself to a weekend away at some great cabins near Sacramento.
Keep your bank balance in check, plan ahead and enjoy a budget-friendly day trip to these locations.
Sacramento’s location offers fantastic choices for fall getaways. All you need to do is choose a spot, pack your bags and your camera and point the car in the right direction.
Within a couple of hours from Sacramento, you can find a spot to wind down, even if it is just for a little bit, and enjoy your time away from the kids.
Autumn brings with it a distinct change of weather, color, feel and things to do. In the greater Sacramento area, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy this wonderful season.