Land Park is one of Sacramento’s signature neighborhoods. It is one of the city’s oldest and most historic areas to live in. Its main appeal stems from William Land Park, the heart of the area and the hub of community activity. Land Park’s elegant homes are seemingly plucked from pages of a storybook which further enhances the neighborhood’s charm.
William Land Park acts as a bridge to South Land Park, also an aesthetically enchanting neighborhood. Neighboring Curtis Park borders Land Park to the east. These areas are lush with towering trees and rich foliage, adorning the Mediterranean, Tudor, bungalows, and craftsman style homes. Most homes are nestled in perfectly placed cul-de-sacs, with main roads found around each corner.
Land Park reaches all the way to Broadway and is bordered by Interstate 5, Sutterville Road, and Freeport Boulevard. Quintessential Sacramento landmarks call Land Park home and have thrived for decades due to the strong sense of community that residents and area locals help to cultivate.
Everything in Land Park is simply more distinctive, from the homes to the park and local businesses. Land Park features many of Sacramento’s main family-friendly attractions, as well as a golf course, unique gardens, running trails, lakes, and playgrounds.