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Regional Parks

 Regional Parks - Dry Creek Parkway

Welcome:
The Dry Creek Parkway provides boundless recreational opportunities for its surrounding communities including a golf course, horse trails, picnic facilities, fishing, soccer fields, and hiking trails. You can find the 6-mile Dry Creek Corridor in the northern part of Sacramento County, just below the Sacramento/Placer County line.

Fast Facts:

  • Preserving the Dry Creek Parkway meets the County's policy of protecting floodplains from development and adding to open
    spaces
  •  Dry Creek Parkway is considered a "developing park site". There
    are existing pedestrian and equestrian trails and public lands,
    but no formal trails.

How to Get There:

  • The 6-mile Dry Creek Corridor in the northern part of Sacramento County, just below the Sacramento/Placer County line.
  • Access points are at Gibson Ranch or other existing public park district sites.

View Dry Creek Parkway Map

Activities:

  • Horse-back riding
  • Hiking
  • Bird-watching
  • A great place for nature lovers

Hours and Fees:
The area is open year-round from Sunrise to Sunset.

Picnics Allowed:Yes

Additional Information:

  • Both the Dry Creek Parkway and the Dry Creek Ranch have master plans.  Download the Dry Creek Parkway Master Plan for more information about the 6-mile Dry Creek Corridor in the northern part of Sacramento County, just below the Sacramento/Placer County line.  For more information about the Dry Creek Ranch and historical ranch house, download the Dry
    Creek Ranch Master Plan
    .