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Summer Fun in The Sierra Foothills! 

10 Summer Activities Approved by the Hatch Family

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10 Summer Activities Tested & Approved by the Hatch Family

Eric Hatch
Jun 13 3 minutes read

Summertime is here!  Summer is my family's favorite season.  There is always so much to do.  Here are a few of my family's favorite summertime activities.  Give some a try :)

1. Auburn Farmers' Market 

Open Saturdays year round 8am-noon in Old Town Auburn.  

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2. Thursday Night Market, Grass Valley   

June 23, 30, July 7, 14, 21, & 28. 

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3. U-pick raspberries & thornless blackberries, Auburn

At Amber Oaks Farm in Auburn. Call first to make an appointment 530-885-3420. 

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4. Quarry Park, Loomis 

Quarry Park in Loomis has rock climbing, aerial adventures and rappelling. 

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5. Studio Movie Grill, Rocklin

And of course, we love to go to the movies! Especially at Studio Movie Grill in Rocklin! Get the Coconut chicken:)

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6. Gollfland Sunsplash, Roseville

Fun family waterpark and mini golf and more. 

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7. Rivercats Baseball @ Sutter Health Park, Sacramento

For extra fun, go on Saturdays and stay for the after game fireworks show! 

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8. Zoos, Sacramento & Folsom

We have 2 great Zoos in our general area: 

Sacramento Zoo 

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Folsom Zoo - smaller with more animals native to our area 

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9. Biking, Folsom

There are lots of great bike trails in Folsom, check them out! 

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10. Truckee River Rafting, Tahoe City 

We do this almost every summer. We choose to bring our own rafts and bikes but you could also reserve in advance to float with one of the local rafting companies. This activity works for all ages as it is really more of a float than a rafting adventure. We prefer to avoid holidays and weekends as the crowds can get a bit wild. There is a bike path along the river and extends up into Tahoe City both directions and down to Squaw Valley. If you want more info on the logistics of this activity please reach out to us and we will share. While there we also always eat at The Bridgetender Restaurant in Tahoe City along the river.

Bridgetender, Lake Tahoe

In addition to these, of course there are lots of trails to hike in Auburn, Nevada City and Tahoe.  Also, Lake of the Pines has great parks and beaches.  If you don't live in LOP, give me a call and you can be my guest, 530-277-3489. 

Take care,

Eric Hatch

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