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Activities at Americas Best Value Inn Sacramento


Escape Travel Cycling Tours

ESCAPE TRAVEL CYCLING TOURS Tour company specializing in cycling & active tours for 10 years. R/T transportation, rentals, lunch, custom & private tours to the wine country and the American River Parkway. Mon. - Sun. 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Escape Travel Cycling Tours
5160 Isador Ln. Sacramento - 95835.
Phone: (916) 419-5203
Email: info@escapetravelinc.com
Web: www.escapetravelinc.com


Fast Eddie Bike Tours

Ride through local history on a classic touring bike with Fast Eddie. Pedal at a relaxed pace along protected wildlife areas, tour historic State Parks and enjoy a picnic lunch. A memorable Sacramento experience!

Fast Eddie Bike Tours
P.O. Box 188234, Sacramento - 95818
Phone: (916) 812-2712
Email: fasteddie.ca@gmail.com
Web: www.fasteddiebiketours.com


Jedediah Smith Memorial Bicycle Trail Sacramento

Offering 23 miles of scenic trails for bicyclists (extending from Old Sacramento to Beal's Point at Folsom Lake), hikers, equestrians and other foot traffic, the versatile parkway is virtually unlimited in its recreation scope. A scenic setting for anglers, picnickers, archers, and, of course, thoroughly enjoyed by avid bird watchers.


Garden Highway & Discovery Park Drive

Minutes north of Old Sacramento off Interstate 5. Call 916-875-6672 for information. A six-lane launching area and small-craft launch along the American River, with picnic tables, barbecues, restrooms and drinking fountains. It is also the starting point for a 32-mile bicycle trail that ends in Folsom.W.A.

Phone: 916-875-667



Forever Resorts Luxury Houseboat Rentals on Lake Don Pedro, Trinity Lake, Whiskeytown Lake, Lake Oroville and Lake Berryessa. Powerboat, personal watercraft and ski packages available.

Forever Resorts Luxury Houseboat Rentals
P.O. Box 52038, Phoenix, AZ - 85072
Phone: 800-255-5561
Email: fresorts-usa@foreverliving.com
Web: www.foreverresorts.com


American Whitewater Expeditions

Rafting fun and thrills on 3 Forks of the American River sinc 1980. 1/2, 1 or 2 day trips. Lowest prices guaranteed! One hour from Sacramento. Group rates and Family specials.

American Whitewater Expeditions
P. O. Box 4280, Sunland - 91041
Phone: 800-825-3205
Email: info@americanwhitewater.com
Web: www.americanwhitewater.com


Gold Rush Whitewater

The best Whitewater Raft trips in California for the best price, makes Gold Rush Whitewater your choice for a memorable vacation. Season runs April 1st - October 1st; open 7 days a week, 8am - 7pm. AE, MC, V.

Gold Rush Whitewater
6260 Hwy 49, Lotus - 95651

Web: www.goldrushriver.com


Sunshine Rafting Adventures

Quality, fun, low-risk Stanislaus River Rafting float trips originating at Knights Ferry. Great rates, free parking, free bus shuttles and group picnics.

Sunshine Rafting Adventures
P.O. Box 1445, Oakdale - 95361
Phone: 888-241-8543
Web: www.raftadventures.com


Tributary Whitewater Tours

Whitewater rafting trips on the American River and others for more than 30 years. Trips from half-day to 3+ days. Close to Sacramento. Great discounts! AE, DI, MC, V.

Tributary Whitewater Tours
6400 Hwy 49, Lotus - 95651
Phone: 800-672-3846
email: rafting@whitewatertours.com
Web: www.whitewatertours.com


Del Paso Regional Park

Includes the Sacramento softball complex, Haggin Oaks Golf Course, trapshooting club, Harry Renfree Baseball Field, 100 acres of nature area with riding and hiking trails. Horse trails are accessible via the Horseman's Association at 3200 Longview Drive. AE, MC, V, W.A.

Del Paso Regional Park
3565 Auburn Blvd. Sacramento
Phone: 916- 277-6060
Web: www.cityofsacramento.org/parksandrecreation/parks


McKinley Park

Clunie Community Center, Shepard Garden and Arts Center, rose garden, tennis courts, swimming pool, picnic areas and children's playground. MC, V, W.A.

Alhambra and McKinley Blvds, Sacramento
Phone: 916-277-6060
Web: www.cityofsacramento.org/parksandrecreation/parks


William Land Park

Home of the Sacramento Zoo, Fairytale Town, Funderland, pony rides, 9-hole golf course, rock garden, picnic areas and ponds. MC, V, W.A.

Sutterville Road and 17th Avenue, Sacramento
Phone: 916-277-6060
Web: www.cityofsacramento.org/parksandrecreation/parks


American River Parkway

For maps and information: 916-875-6961; On the banks of the beautiful winding American River, once home of the Maidu Indians, is written the course of California's history. A necessity for settlers and farmers, an adventure for gold seekers and home to diverse flora and fauna, it is one of the few remaining riparian habitats in the state. The focal point for all of this, the lovely American River Parkway, is enjoyed by 5 million visitors annually. A 23-mile river system through Sacramento with bicycle trails, walking and jogging trails, horse trails, picnic areas, rafting, fishing and more. Accessible from Old Sacramento by foot or bicycle.

Phone: 916-875-6961
Web: www.co.sacramento.ca.us


Elk Grove Regional Park

916-875-6336 (reservations) A 125-acre park offering a wide variety of recreational opportunities, including ball diamonds, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, swimming pool, soccer field and a 3-acre lake.W.A.

9950 Elk Grove-Florin Road
Elk Grove - 95624
Phone: 916-875-6336
Fax: 916-875-6050
Email: fun4sac@sna.com
Web: www.co.sacramento.ca.us/parks


Gibson Ranch County Park

A 325-acre park with all the qualities of a working ranch. Activity areas available include a lake, horseshoe pits, portable volleyball standards, equestrian activities, and horse rentals.(Gibson Ranch Equestrian Services, 916-991-7592).W.A.

Elverta Road across from Cherry Island Golf Course Sacramento
Phone: 916-991-7592
Fax: 916-875-6050
Web: www.gibson-ranch.com


Wildlife Observation/Hunting

Yolo Basin Foundation

Yolo Basin Foundation provides wetlands and wildlife education in cooperation with the California Department of Fish and Game on the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area between Sacramento and Davis. Open sunrise - sunset year round (except Christmas.) Public tours second Saturday of each month September - June.

PO Box 943, Davis - 95616
Phone: (530) 757-3780
Fax: (530) 757-4828
Email: deefeliz@yolobasin.org
Web: www.yolobasin.org

Local Attraction

Outdoor enthusiasts find plenty of action like hiking and mountain biking in the rugged hills nearby, and whitewater rafting and fishing on the American and Tuolumne Rivers.