Arden Oaks

Search for: Arden Oaks Here you can find many of Sacramento’s largest, most ornately adorned and densely landscaped homes – while significantly newer construction and architecture than you’d find in the Fab Forties. The “Hollywood Hills of Sacramento,” Arden Oaks is...

Southside Park

Search for: Southside Park This is the neighborhood your cool cousins grew up in. The one where you played basketball all day with neighborhood kids, then stopped at the corner store on the way home. Nights where everyone gathered at the park to watch a movie on the...

McKinley Park

Search for: McKinley Park The neighborhood of McKinley Park is named after the popular 33-acre park it is built around. The park itself includes the Clunie Memorial Clubhouse, the Shepard Garden & Arts Center, tennis courts, picnic areas, a baseball diamond,...

Walnut Grove

Search for: Walnut Grove The bulk of Walnut Grove’s Japantown was built in 1915–16 following the 1915 fire which destroyed Walnut Grove’s Chinatown. Japantown was depopulated during the forced incarceration of Japanese and Japanese-Americans following the...

South Folsom Hills

Search for: South Folsom Hills Drive five to ten minutes outside of Folsom or Rancho Cordova and you will be taken by how dramatically the landscape changes. Genuinely, you may as well have just stepped into the African Savannah, the Scottish Highlands or a set from...

Old Folsom

Search for: Old Folsom Founded in the 1880s at the height of the Gold Rush, Folsom’s Downtown Area features a myriad of hidden gems directly from the time period. Some of these include a functional blacksmith shop, a large train turnstile, Southern Pacific Train Cars...