The Capitol Walk
This is the old Governor’s Mansion that you will see on the walk. Ronald and Nancy Reagan refused to live there when he was Governor because it was “a firetrap.”
The walk is daily, dawn to dusk. It is is mostly on sidewalks through historic downtown Sacramento. The route goes through historic “Old Sac” with its many shops and museums. It goes through the Capitol Building and passes Sutter’s Fort, the old Governors House and many more. Most sites are open 10 AM – 5 PM. Dogs are not allowed in the Capitol Building, Sutter’s Fort, Governors House or museums. Carry water in hot weather. There are accommodating establishments along the route, the first at the AMTRAC Station. The 6 km route includes the above mentioned places except Sutter’s Fort.
The walk is either 6 or 11Km and details can be found at the following link, The Capitol Walk
The American River Bike Tour
Daily dawn to dusk. A mostly level ride through Discovery Park, and along American River Bike Trail. The bike trail is occasionally flooded in the spring. Water & restrooms are not currently available at the start. There are public restrooms in Discovery Park about 1 KM into the ride and porta-potties along the trail. Carry water in hot weather.
The tour is 31, 51, 75 or 100Km and details can be found at the following link, The American River Bike Tour
Sacramento Riverfront Tour
CLOSED UNTIL NOVEMBER 2020
Daily dawn to dusk. A mostly level ride Bike along
the Sacramento riverfront through historic “old Sac”, parks and pleasant neighborhoods on paved trails, a few city streets, and one short dirt trail. Carry water in hot weather.
The tour is 25Km and details can be found at the following link, Sacramento Riverfront Tour