The Sacramento Valley Conservancy’s new hiding spot, unveiled

October 27, 2016

By Scott Thomas Anderson

Sacramento News and Review

The Sacramento Valley Conservancy is celebrating the end of a mission three years in the making—the opening of 11 acres of preserved woodland and riverbanks in the north city that’s open for anyone in the public to enjoy.

Known as Camp Pollock, the space is located at 467 Del Paso Boulevard and includes shady fields, a native plant garden, camping spaces, a rentable lodge and one of the only access points to the American River by Discovery Park where parking is free.

Read more here:

Posted in News and tagged , , , , .