Discovery Park To Remain Closed This WeekendDespite the warming weather, Discovery Park will remain closed this weekend.
Small Plane Crashes Into River Near Discovery Park, Two Transported To HospitalAuthorities are investigating after a small plane crashed and was submerged into the American River near Discovery Park.
Body Spotted In Discovery Park CanalA body has been spotted in a canal along Garden Highway in Sacramento. 
This Weekend's Aftershock 2017 To Rock Sacramento's Discovery Park For 6th YearNow in it’s sixth year, the annual Aftershock Festival brings two days of heavy metal and and hard rock favorites to three stages in Sacramento’s Discovery Park including iconic singer Ozzy Osbourne, alternative giants Nine Inch Nails and A Perfect Circle, prog metal outfits Mastodon and Gojira, newer metal crews Five Finger Death Punch and Halestorm and  hip-hop acts Run the Jewels and Tech N9ne and much more.
Body Of Female Found In American River Near Discovery ParkCrews recovered the body of a woman in the American River Monday morning.
Get Your Aftershock Tickets HERE!Happening October 21-22nd at Discovery Park!
8 People Rescued After Boat Capsizes On Sacramento RiverIt was a close call for a family of eight on the Sacramento River after their boat starts sinking near Discovery Park on Monday.
Crews Rescue Cat Trapped By Rising Waters At Discovery ParkCrews rescued a cat that got trapped by rising waters late Tuesday morning.
Discovery Park Scheduled For Closure Ahead Of StormWith high water levels coming to the American River, officials are warning that many parts of the American River Parkway will be under water.
Best Sacramento Mountain Biking SpotsThe American River watershed alone has numerous mountain biking areas over several hundred miles of trails, and Auburn, Folsom and El Dorado Hills are also rich with opportunities to shred until you bonk. Insider tip: Visit Natomas Bike Shop for expert advice on equipment, rides and maintenance.
Best Hiking Trails In SacramentoBlue Heron Trail at Stone Lakes is a paved path which loops around managed wetlands for approximately one mile. The trail is an easy hike with stunning views of cranes, waterfowl, hawks and shore birds.