- TripBuzz found 255 things to do with kids in or near Elk Grove, California, including 232 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sacramento, Folsom, Davis and Carmichael.
- From Bartholomew Sports Park to Brookside Equestrian Park, the Elk Grove area offers 89 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Dog Park, Skate Parks and Amusement Parks (Kids).
- Elk Grove lies south of California's capital city of Sacramento. With a population over 160,000, Elk Grove was considered the fastest growing U.S. city between 2004 and 2005. With such a booming population, residents find entertainment in the variety of parks and trails, as well as city sponsored events and productions.
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.
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Goethe Park Road & Jedediah Smith Rec Trail, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 MoreLess Info
Providing wildlife viewing opportunities for those who wish to spot turkey and deer, the River Bend Park has a picnic area for those who wish to relax with their friends and families. The site also has a central walking path for those who wish to travel through the park.
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1728 Lake Washington Blvd, West Sacramento, CA 95691 MoreLess Info
With grassy recreational fields, Emile 'Whitey' Boisclair Park offers visitors outdoor activities like basketball, soccer, and more. The park has picnic areas that visitors can barbecue at and a playground for children.
William B Pond Recreation Area is an established and popular park along the river. There are a range of activities including a man-made fishing pond, picnic areas, walking trails along with habitats to explore like forests, warm ponds and fields.
The three and a half acre Village Green Park is notable for its outdoor amphitheater, aquatic splash pad plaza, and open recreation turf. The amphitheater is available for daily rentals. Restrooms and drinking fountains are present.
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.
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.