Sacramento Neighborhoods

Orient yourself for your stay in Sacramento with the below map. Click each section to learn about the neighborhood, find nearby restaurants and events, and see how it fits into the overall Sacramento landscape. Whether you're staying in the bustling Downtown/Midtown area or one of the more low-key surrounding neighborhoods, each has its unique feel.

Sacramento Neighborhoods

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Sacramento Neighborhoods

Downtown / Midtown

Sacramento's central city is composed of the downtown and Midtown neighborhoods and has a high concentration of restaurants, bars, attractions, parks and the SAFE Credit Union Convention Center and Performing Arts District. Downtown is the bustling metropolitan hub of the region, and nearby Midtown is a trendy cultural hub... More

Land Park

South of the central city, the Land Park neighborhood is best known for William Land Park, which is a popular spot with locals for picnicking and jogging, and is also home to Fairytale Town and the Sacramento Zoo in addition to a nine-hole golf course. The surrounding neighborhood features quaint homes and quiet streets, but... More

Oak Park

Sandwiched between the downtown/Midtown neighborhoods and Land Park, the Broadway/Oak Park neighborhood provides some of the best ethnic food in the city as well as the historic Old City Cemetery, where many of Sacramento's most famous historical figures are buried. Whether the food you're looking for is Thai, Chinese,... More


Natomas is a community with an abundance of parks and trails, family-friendly eateries and shopping areas. It’s also home to Discovery Park, which is part of the American River Parkway and one of the region’s largest green spaces, offering a variety of activities including boating, picnic areas and... More

East Sacramento

Located just east of Midtown, East Sacramento is home to tree-lined streets, the Fabulous Forties, McKinley Park, Sacramento State University and miles of beautiful bike trails along the American River. Pop into a local shop for coffee, browse a unique boutique or savor the flavors of the region at one of the many eateries.... More

Arden Arcade

The biggest features of the Arden Arcade area are the Cal Expo Fairgrounds, which also houses the Sacramento Republic FC soccer club's Heart Health Park, and the sprawling Arden Fair Mall, which houses numerous national retailers, restaurants and is surrounded by a host of other restaurants and developments. Hotels in... More

North Sacramento

This section of Sacramento encompasses a wide variety of attractions and activities. The arts scene along Del Paso Boulevard is thriving, and the unique Greens Hotel provides a memorable place to lay your head when you're in town. Gibson Ranch is a sprawling park that hosts concerts and provides an excellent setting for... More

South Sacramento

South Sacramento is a mecca of cultural specialties including home-grown ethnic restaurants and international supermarkets. Visit Little Saigon, specializing in goods and services from throughout Asia, including Vietnam, China, India, Cambodia, Philippines and Korea. It is also home to Sacramento’s oldest family-owned and... More

West Sacramento

This city is just across the Sacramento River from Sacramento, which also divides Sacramento and Yolo counties. Great views of Old Sacramento and the downtown Sacramento skyline can be had from the pleasant river walk between Tower Bridge and the I Street Bridge, and West Sacramento is also home to Raley Field, home of the... More