- Our list of the best things to do in Rocklin, California, features the top 296 nearby activities — including 122 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Rocklin, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Sports & Fitness, and Entertainment & Shows.
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Treat your family to a day of splash and dash at Raging Waters, Sacramento's largest water park. Slip and slide down the multiple tubes, the extreme body slides, and wave pool, while the little ones enjoy the splash pools.
Sacramento's American River Bicycle Trail is a cyclist's dream. The 32-mile paved route stretches from Sacramento to Folsom, and is popular with recreational bikers and commuters. The trail is scrupulously maintained and free of gaping potholes, cracks and other faults.
Placerville, California is home to the David Girard Vineyard, a fine winery most respected for its Rhone-style products. Tours of the winery and the estate are available, and visitors are welcome to enjoy picnics on the vineyard grounds.
Gold Hill Vineyard & Brewery is a business that produces a number of products, including many varieties of beer and wine. Tasting and sampling of these products is offered at the winery's patio overlooking the scenic local setting.
Placerville's Red Hawk Casino is a large gambling facility that offers table games, slot machines and more. Hourly childcare is available at the KidsQuest station. The Red Hawk Casino also offers a rewards club.
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The Naggiar Vineyard & Winery is a family-owned facility that overlooks 60 acres of lush vineyard. All of their wines are grown, produced and bottled right on property so guests can learn more about the winemaking process as well as indulge in different products.
From its opening in 1940, California State Indian Museum has been dedicated to three major themes of Indian life: nature, spirit, and family. Visitors can enjoy the hand-crafted baskets, intricate beadwork and other artifacts, centuries-old tools, and other exhibits and multimedia displays.