With a centralized location, Folsom Ranch offer a variety of walking, hiking and biking trails to enjoy. Discover the scenic Johnny Cash Trail, take a ride around Lake Natoma on the American River Bike Trail or take an adventure on the Hinkle Creek Nature Trail.
Full of history and small-town charm, Folsom Ranch is just a short drive from Historic Sutter Street. With storefronts that radiate stunning architecture, Folsom’s Historic District offers a wide range of experiences from antique and boutique specialty stores, to live theater and art galleries, all the way to fine dining – there is something for everyone to enjoy. Wine enthusiasts will appreciate the variety of wine bars and tasting rooms located throughout the district as well.
With two lakes and the American River, Folsom offers the best in water recreation year-round. Drop a kayak or paddle board in Lake Natoma, go boating on Folsom Lake or cast a line in the American River – the opportunities are endless.
Folsom is also home to numerous family-friendly venues. Catch a Broadway show at The Harris Center for the Arts, spend a sunny day exploring the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary or cool off at the Folsom Aquatic Center.
Located in the Rancho Cordova Unified School District, local schools include Folsom Middle School and Folsom High School. Future schools in Folsom Ranch will begin construction soon.