The Folsom Parks & Recreation Department offers endless opportunities for exciting, enriching activities for the entire family. There’s never been a better time to get outside and get active in Folsom!
Our city’s 48 beautiful parks and 50+ miles of paved recreational trails provide ample opportunities to enjoy Folsom’s stunning natural setting. Visit your neighborhood park to kick back with a family picnic, or relax in the shade at one of our covered picnic areas. If you’re more interested in working up a sweat, opt for a nature hike, bike ride, or a meet-up with friends at our many sports courts.
We also invite you to spend an afternoon at our newest park, the Broder Family Homestead Park. The five-acre park celebrates the life of early California pioneers and ranchers, including the Broder family, and features many unique amenities.
Looking to pick up a new skill or make new friends? Try one of our classes, camps, activities, or events. Our calendar is packed with recreational activities designed to delight everyone from preschoolers to seniors. You can challenge your body and mind while having fun in Folsom’s natural environment and premier facilities.
Folsom’s sports complex features indoor batting cages, drop-in sports programs, and offers a vast selection of sports and fitness programs and leagues. Plus, our aquatic center is open year-round and provides a variety of swim lessons, specialty camps, and lifeguard courses.
The city's Gallery at 48 Natoma is free and open to the public, and features exhibits showcasing talented local and regional professional artists. The Folsom Art Center offers classes in ceramics, painting, drawing, photography, and many other interests.
Don’t miss the one-of-a-kind Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary, where you can meet dozens of rescued animals, including bears, cougars, bobcats, monkeys, raptors, and more. We also offer unique venue rentals for your next meeting or special event.