Want to go for vacation this summer but don’t have the time or money to make a trip to Hawaii possible? Why not just stay a little closer to home. You can tailor your getaway to suit your specific budget. Try being a tourist in your own town and exploring local restaurants and activates that you’ve just never got around to trying.
Here are some ideas to get the itinerary going:
Find a new place to eat. Our favorites are:
- The Delta King Pilothouse Restaurant for fine dining
- Tower Café for a casual dinner
- Jack’s Urban Eats for lunch
Check out Sacramento Magazine’s Restaurant Directory here.
Go skydiving. Try this adventurous activity in Lodi at the Lodi Sky Dive and Parachute Center.
Jump on trampolines. Play like a kid again and jump around at Sky High Sports in Rancho Cordova.
Go for a bike ride. Grab a bike and take a ride around downtown or along the American River Bike trail
Take a free yoga class in the park. Yoga in the Park is a free all-levels Vinyasa yoga class offered every Saturday from 9 to 10:15 a.m
Art walks. There are a few to choose from in the area including:
- Sacramento, Second Saturday of every month.
- Folsom, Second Saturday of every month.
- Roseville, Third Saturday of every month.
More fun. Still need some ideas? Check out Sacramento Magazine’s list of 50 Tun Things To Do This Summer.
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