Parks and Trails

Folsom Parks & Recreation Seeking Name Submittals for Future Parks
Folsom Parks & Recreation is seeking names to include in the Suggested Park Names list. It is city policy that all park sites exceeding two acres in size must be named after an individual or family who has made a significant contribution to Folsom, or after an important landmark or historical aspect of the area. Submittals are due by September 30, 2020; read more about the guidelines and how to make a submittal.

Folsom's Parks and Recreational Trails
Going outside for some fresh air and a change of scenery can do wonders to improve our mood. The current Sacramento County Public Health Order allows residents leave their home to engage in outdoor activity; however, gatherings of individuals who are not part of your immediate household are prohibited. As of this time, all of Folsom’s parks and recreational trails remain open for public use.

Parks
For most residents, the path to fitness and recreation begins just steps from home; nearly every home in the Folsom is within a half-mile radius of a park. The city’s 48 parks teem with a nearly limitless range of activity, from cricket to lacrosse, tennis to T-ball, soccer, football, and more. Find your neighborhood park and go play!

Trails
Residents cherish Folsom’s 50+ mile network of paved recreational trails, showcasing some of the city’s beautiful assets as they meander through open space, woodlands, wildlife habitats, and along creeks and streams. Download a trails and bikeways map and explore!

Please note: drinking alcohol or carrying open containers in public places is prohibited in the City of Folsom. Permits are required to consume alcohol in parks and other public places.