- TripBuzz found 288 things to do with kids in or near Sacramento, California, including 259 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Folsom, Davis, Elk Grove and Carmichael.
- From Fairytale Town to Funderland, the Sacramento area offers 88 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Parks, Bowling and Amusement Parks (Kids).
- Located in California's expansive Central Valley is the states capital city of Sacramento. A thriving metropolis, the city is home to many industries including commercial and retail business, residential, agricultural and tourism. The most popular points of interest include it's scenic skyline, diverse neighborhoods, arts and theatre scene and extensive dining options.
Savory Fried Chicken 9174 Franklin Boulevard, Ste C, Elk Grove, CA MoreLess Info
Filipino-style chicken served unbattered and fried or fried pairs with traditional sides such as lumpia and pancit noodles
Balfour-Guthrie Park is 6 acres and offers picnic tables, grills, benches, play and grass areas, tennis and volleyball courts and restrooms. They also have one lighted field that can be used for soccer or baseball.
Located within the Sierra Nevada Mountain foothills, Orchard Springs Campground is a campground along the shores of Rollins Lake. Campers commonly enjoy staying in tents or renting one of the cabins and boating during their trips.
Napa Valley Bike Tours is a local tour company offering a range of bicycle tour packages such as Classic Bike Tours, Cycling in the Vineyards, self-guided tours and more. They also offer luxury car tours of the wine country.
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4050 Port Chicago Highway, Concord, CA 94520 MoreLess Info
The Diablo Creek Golf Course features an 18 hole golf course, a pro shop, a practice putting green, and a driving range. Guests who are seeking refreshments can also visit the sports bar and restaurant.
Originally built in 1865 as an orphanage for children who lost parents in mining accidents, the Grass Valley Museum contains furniture, clothing, photographs and other artifacts from the Gold Rush era. It is open mid-April through mid-October.