Folsom, California is much more than a prison town – as described by Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues” and Historic Folsom Prison. Folsom is home to every kind of outdoor recreation from water sports to cycling due to its location on the American River Parkway. Ideally located between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe, and close to hundreds of Sierra foothill wineries, Folsom has it all. Shopping destinations such as the Palladio Lifestyle Center and the Folsom Premium Outlets offer designer brand stores. Experience outstanding dining choices.
Dive into the American River, Lake Natoma & Folsom Lake in California!
With easy access to three water recreation areas, it’s no surprise that water fun is a way of life in Folsom. Whether at Folsom Lake, Lake Natoma or the American River, rafting, wakeboarding, water skiing and other water sports are available for your enjoyment. If you’d rather stay dry, you can lounge on one of the swimming beaches or catch a bird’s eye view of the waterways from the scenic trails, that wind through Folsom, such as the American River bike trail. Enjoy water recreation and sports at the American River, Lake Natoma, and Folsom Lake in California.
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Folsom Powerhouse SHP, Folsom Premium Outlets, Historic Sutter Street, Broadstone Shopping Center, Folsom Zoo, Folsom Prison Museum, Folsom History Museum. Railroad Turntable, Empire Ranch Golf Course, Lake Natoma Crossing, Rainbow Bridge, Historic Truss Bridge. Kikkoman, Gekkeikan, Intel, Folsom Aquatic Center, Folsom Skate Park, Humbug-Willow Creek Trail, Marriott Renaissance, Marriott Courtyard, Lake Natoma Inn, Larkspur Landing, Hilton Garden Inn.