Wag your way through Old Sac

Sacramento’s No. 1 tourist destination is as popular with locals as with visitors. And now that masks are off and smiles are on, it’s crazy hopping with activity again. The Old Sacramento Waterfront is loaded with history – it played a major role as a jumping off spot and supply center during the 1849 Gold Rush. With its waterfront location, wealth of historic buildings and protection as a state and national historic landmark, it retains an enduring charm. Read more.

Play in a park with your pup

Bonnie plays with friend at Partner Park. Photo by Janet Fullwood.

Sacramento is known for its rich agricultural heritage and is often referred to as "America's Farm-to-Fork Capital" due to its abundance of fresh, locally-sourced food.

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Paws up for these dog-friendly hotels

If you’re like many visitors, you want to stay in a central location just a short jaunt from the attractions on your “must experience” list. Fortunately, central Sacramento is chock-full of dog-welcoming choices. Read more.

Rancho Cordova

Photo by @adventure_rn.
Rancho Cordova curves along the American River between Sacramento and Folsom, in Northern California’s sun-splashed Gold Country. This charming, dog-friendly community has trails, parks, open-air patios, and nearly a dozen hotels that welcome four-legged family members. Read more.

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