BUY A PARKS PASS
As Independence Day weekend approaches, Sacramento County’s Department of Regional Parks is reminding visitors to have fun and be safe during their celebrations. Beginning Saturday, July 2 through Monday, July 4, alcohol consumption and possession of open containers is prohibited on the shore and river of the American River Parkway between Watt and Hazel Avenues. Additionally, all fireworks are prohibited in Regional Parks. For more information, read the news release about rules and regulations at County Parks for the July 4th weekend.
Update: Rossmoor Access is now open. (6/17/2016)
Rossmoor Bar access will be closed beginning April 18, 2016 until the end of October, 2016. The Carmichael Water District is installing a water pipeline near the Rossmoor access road to Coloma and repaving the access road and parking lot. Read more information about the pipeline project.
The oak woodland at Rossmoor Bar on the American River Parkway is being expanded. The project will increase the existing oak woodland (planted in 2009) nearly 14 acres. The temporary deer fence will be removed when the trees and shrubs have grown tall enough to withstand deer browsing. The red area on the map (with the star) is the expansion area, and will be fenced to keep the deer from eating the new seedlings. The black hatched area is the existing oak woodland area that was planted in 2009, and will remain unfenced
Goats and sheep will once again be helping Regional Parks with fire hazard reduction and ignition prevention. The animals are currently grazing on the Dry Creek Parkway, near the Cherry Island Golf Course, north of Q Street. In Upper American River Parkway, you'll see goats and sheep in the Upper Sunrise Recreation, Sacramento Bar bluff, Fair Oaks Bluff, and Sailor Bar bluff areas around June 12. Full map of grazing locations
A salmon habitat enhancement project begins on April 26, 2016 in the Northgate/Del Paso area of the American River Parkway. This area contains a 17-acre seasonal wetland that, when flooded, provides good rearing habitat for juvenile salmon. When complete, the project will make it easier for young fish to swim out of the wetland as flood waters draw down. There will be a new, wider and taller “fish tunnel” under the multi-use trail, a new safety railing along the trail, and more plants for juvenile fish habitat within the wetland. The multi-use trail will remain open, but will be routed along the alternate paved trail on the west side of the wetland. The trail on the east side will be closed during construction. Although the project begins on April 26, the detour for trail users will begin on May 2, 2016.
American River Parkway
More than 5 million visitors annually enjoy the 23-mile "jewel of Sacramento".
Sacramento County provides three championship golf courses and one nine-hole executive golf course for the community to enjoy.
Therapeutic Recreation Services
TRS provides therapeutic recreation opportunities for individuals with disabilities residing in Sacramento County.
Rangers provide safety and law enforcement services 365 days a year to assist with emergencies and other issues.
Sacramento River Delta
Explore islands, take a picnic, go swimming or fishing, or enjoy world-renowned wind surfing.
Deer Creek Hills
Hike or horseback ride through 4,060 acres of rolling grasslands and oak woodland
Dry Creek Parkway
This 6-mile corridor features a golf course, horse trails, picnic facilities, fishing, soccer fields, and hiking trails.
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