There is no shortage of things to do in Sacramento. We invite you to enjoy nearby #SigHomesAdventures and share your photos + tips with our community on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook! At Signature Homes, we understand that you are buying more than a home, you are investing in a fresh lifestyle. We’ll be featuring fun events and destinations close to home, so get those smart phones ready. Whether you are looking for a daytrip or an overnight destination, we have you covered. Bring those smart phones, snap some selfies and share tips with our team. We can’t wait to see you explore and look forward to sharing your adventures with others…
The Delta King Hotel in Old Sacramento is more than a pretty picture, it’s a unique Sacramento treasure. This beautiful riverboat hotel features modern staterooms for overnight stays, casual and fine dining at the Pilothouse Restaurant, entertainment, intimate live theater at Capital Stage, whodunit hilarity at Suspects Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre and more.
Camp-out with your family under the stars just yards away from slumbering lions, and wake to the call of flamingos – and of course a tasty breakfast. Yes, you can spend the night at the Sacramento Zoo and see some of the more nocturnal creatures in action. Grab your tent and sleeping bags and bring the family to discover which animals take over the night shift. After your visit with the animals, walk across the street and enjoy Fairytale Town, a whimsical wonderland that’s big on that endangered species called imagination. With 25 playsets based on nursery rhymes and fairytales, a friendly flock of farm animals, two performing arts stages and several gardens, learning has never been more fun.
Experience a one of a kind visit to Old Sacramento. The unique 28-acre National Historic Landmark District and State Historic Park is located along the beautiful Sacramento River. Bustling with activity, the district is alive with shopping, dining, entertainment, historical attractions and world-renowned museums set within the time of the California Gold Rush and the Transcontinental Railroad.
Camp Sacramento is a family camp & conference center serving residents of the Sacramento Valley and beyond since 1920. Located off Highway 50 in the Eldorado National Forest a little over an hour’s drive from the capital, the city-run camp offers cabins to sleep in, three squares a day and plenty of fun-filled activities for all ages.
Browse the Crocker Art Museum. Hit some golf balls. Splish-splash at a water park. Amble up to Apple Hill. And much more…for more things to do in Sacramento, visit the entire SacMag list here.
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