The Historic State Park That All Northern Californians Need To Visit At Least Once

Smack dab in the heart of our state’s capitol is a historic state park that celebrates the pioneer spirit that brought Americans out to Northern California in the first place. Sutter’s Fort State park is an incredible homage to the Old West. You can still go there today to learn about Northern California life before the gold rush even began, and you will be greeted by docents in living history gear who will teach you more than you even thought there was to know about the pioneer days.

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Sutter’s Fort is located at:

2701 L Street, Sacramento CA, 95816 (916) 445-4422

And you can learn more by visiting their website. Have you visited Sutter’s Fort in Sacramento? For Northern California experiences, check out There’s An Adventure Park Hiding In This Northern California Forest And You Need To Visit.