The Sacramento County Department of Regional Parks
is excited to welcome back youth sports and recreation, and they have multiple locations available to host your next event while adhering to current COVID-19 guidelines.
With the loosening of the state’s restrictions related to youth sports and special events, Regional Parks would like to remind residents of the wonderful facilities available to them.
“We know people are ready to get back to special events, and we’re ready to welcome them back,” said Liz Bellas, Director of Regional Parks. “Whether you need a single sports field or ten, a wedding venue, or a running event location, we are able to comfortably accommodate your needs!”
Regional Parks’ sporting event and outdoor recreation areas include:
- Cherry Island Sports Complex is home to ten full-size sports fields in a natural regional park setting. The complex has a history of hosting tournaments and competitions throughout the year and serves as a training venue for local clubs.
- The American River Parkway runs from Discovery Park in the west to Hazel Ave in the east. Whether you are hosting a running race or an archery competition, you will find beautiful facilities along the American River Parkway.
- Gibson Ranch Regional Park has an equestrian center, a lake, Ranch House for weddings, a playground, and many picnic sites! If you’re looking to host your next event in a country setting, look no further than Gibson Ranch.
- Golf Courses – Regional Parks owns and manages three championship golf courses and one nine-hole executive golf course for residents and visitors to enjoy. The courses offer a variety of settings and designs for a wide range of player skills.
As COVID-19 conditions change, so do the restrictions on youth and adult sports and other events. To learn which sports and activities are currently permitted, visit the County’s COVID-19 website