7050 Del Webb Boulevard Roseville, CA 95747 +1 916 774 3850
Make some time to give golf a try at the well-facilitated Timber Creek Golf Course. Actually, a lot of time would be just right to enjoy a good game of golf. With 27 holes, this course has over 140 big and small sand bunkers. Don't be baffled by the 27 holes as there are 18 holes and 9 holes tournaments only. But do not expect this course to be too easy, but challenging. Do check out the website to be a part of this wonderful game of golf at the Timber Creek Golf Course.
7050 Del Webb Boulevard Timber Creek Golf Course Roseville, CA 95747 +1 916 774 3850
Designed by Billy Casper and Greg H. Nash, the Sierra Pines Course was opened to the public in 1997. With a slope rating of 113 on Rye grass and a course rating of 35.2, this course certainly challenges the game of a seasoned golfer. Part of the Timber Creek Golf Course, the 9-holed Sierra Pines Course is suitable for players of all abilities, despite a few water hazards along the fairways. Tee times vary so call ahead.
Woodcreek Golf Club is situated amidst thick oak plantation in the beautiful city of Roseville, a few miles from Sacramento. This 18-hole championship course is spread across 6518 yards of marshy land and puts your golfing skills to test. The course also consists of a driving range, a practice green, a golf "pro shop" and banquet facilities. The clubhouse has excellent amenities for golfers, and training sessions are also conducted. The Legends & Heroes Sports Bar & Grill at the club is the ideal place to stop after a game. Call for further details.
1005 Sun City Lane Lincoln, CA 95648 +1 916 543 9200
Lincoln Hills Golf Club is Sacramento's premier and esteemed name for golf championships. With an executive 36-hole course, the club boasts of pristine golf facilities at affordable prices. A golfer's dream, the club offers challenging fairways to professionals and at the same time helps beginners get their basics right. It is also known for hosting local and competitive golf events.
5601 Meridian Road Vacaville, CA 95687 +1 707 448 7186
Cypress Lakes Golf Course dates back to 1960, when it was designed by Joe Finger, and is managed by the US Air Force Services Agency. This 18-hole par-72 course is marked by undulating greens and scattered plantation around the holes, which poses a challenge for the golfers. The facilities at the course include a wonderful driving range, a restaurant and banquet space, which are available only to armed personnel. Metal spikes are allowed at the course. Call for additional information.
Redding, Red Bluff, Colusa, Sacramento Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 875 6961
This river is a popular spot for locals and visitors during Sacramento's infamously hot summers. While it is prone to flooding during the rainy season, it's common to see boats and jet-skis dotting the river landscape on nice days. There are also hiking trails around the area that offer spectacular views of the river and the city. There are a host of recreational activities such as fishing, kayaking, and swimming that can be enjoyed on the river.
1200 Athens Avenue Lincoln, CA 95648 +1 916 408 7777
Thunder Valley Casino brings a little Vegas to the outer-Sacramento landscape. A relatively recent addition to the area, it hosts over 2700 slot machines and almost 100 gaming tables for gambling enthusiasts to enjoy. For patrons who are less-inclined to gamble (or just need a break from playing), the casino offers an array of dining and drinking options, including a buffet, a few sit-down restaurants, a food court with a variety of fast-food options and two bars.
1681 East Monte Vista Avenue Nut Tree Vacaville, CA 95688 +1 707 447 6000
During October, make your way to Vacaville to participate in the Halloween Parade and Oktoberfest. You can enter the various contests-Costume Contest, Great Pumpkin Cooking Contest, Chili Cook-Off or the Scarecrow contest in which you can participate individually or in a group. Plus don't forget a trip to the Haunted House just to get a chill down your spine! With all these activities lined up, you sure wouldn't want to miss out on this event.
442 Franklin Avenue Yuba City, CA 95991 +1 530 674 1280
Enjoy a fun day out with your family at the Yuba Sutter Fairgrounds. Home to a wide range of facilities that can be rented for a wide range of events, this is a popular event space. Host a grand event in one of these spaces: RV Park, Franklin Hall, Expo Hall, Palmer Hall, Main Expo Building or Flower House and watch your event come to life! Attend the famous Yuba Sutter Fair and be charmed by the goods on offer. With loads of food and music, the event surely manages to deliver all that is expected. Call the grounds for more details.
45211 County Road 32B, Chiles Road Davis, CA 95618 +1 530 758 1018
Yolo Basin Foundation was established in 1990 to conserve the Yolo Wildlife Area. It focuses on environmental education and restoration of the Yolo Bypass Region, in cooperation with the California Department of Fish & Game. The organization introduces people to wildlife, and teaches them to live harmoniously alongside; it is also a sponsor for non-profit events, such as California Duck Days. Check out the website for more details.
Operating continuously since the day the doors opened in 1869,
California State Capitol Museum is where the State of California's legislature met. By the late 1970s, the building was declared seismically unsafe and had become an eyesore. The Legislature ...
The Governor's mansion, built in 1877, has 14 feet ceilings,
crystal chandeliers, ornate moldings, Persian carpets, Italian marble fireplaces and French mirrors. Many Governors' wives, including Nancy Reagan, have remodeled the home. Among the famous guests who stayed in ...
California Military Museum has a large display weapons, uniforms, battle
flags and medals. In chronological order, you can see artifacts from before California was a state through the Spanish/American War, Civil War, World War I and II, and Bosnia. ...