There are many parks in Sacramento (as well as a few things that sound like parks, but aren't actually parks). Parks are great places to read, hang out, play sports, or enjoy a walk. There are also several dog parks, community centers, community gardens and places to go swimming in Sacramento. Check one out!
Contact the City park maintenance department (916-808-6305) if you find broken sprinklers, non-working lights, or other necessary facility maintenance.
List of Parks
Neighborhoods that have names that sound like parks (some are also parks)
Neighorhoods and parks often share the same name, because the neighborhood will come to be named after a park it contains. This can lead to some confusion.
These are all neighborhoods that sound like parks: Boulevard Park, Curtis Park, Del Paso Park, Depot Park, Erikson Industrial Park, Florin Fruitridge Industrial Park, Granite Regional Park, Heritage Park, Hollywood Park, Johnson Business Park, Land Park, Mangan Park, Midtown / Winn Park / Capital Avenue, New Era Park, Oak Park (split into Central Oak Park, North Oak Park, and South Oak Park), Natomas Park, Packard Bell, Parkway, Raley Industrial Park, Regency Park, River Park, South Land Park, Southside Park, Tahoe Park, Tahoe Park East, Tahoe Park South, Tallac Village, Vintage Park, West Tahoe Park, Z'Berg Park.
Other things that sound like parks, but aren't
- Sacramento Northern Bikeway - bike trail
- Sacramento River Parkway on El Camino - bike trail
- Sacramento River Parkway on Pocket Road - bike trail
- Sacramento River Parkway on J Street - bike trail
- Saint Rose of Lima Park - bike trail
- Sierra Vista Park - mobile home park
- Sunset Park - apartment complex