Welcome to the American River Parkway Foundation

The American River Parkway is the Sacramento Region’s greatest recreational asset. The Parkway includes the Lower American River, over thirty miles of meandering equestrian/hiking trails, and one of the country’s best Class I bike paths. The Parkway Foundation is honored to act as one of the stewards through our work to maintain and improve this 4,800-acre natural resource. Within our website, users can learn about Parkway Foundation programs and events, find ways to volunteer, and discover different parks and aspects of the Parkway, which receives over 8 million visits each year.

Adventure for Visitors

Make Lifetime Memories
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Connect with Nature

Our success depends upon a dedicated corps of volunteer
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Park Passes

The Sacramento County Parks Pass allows entry for a Annual Parks into all parks of the Sacramento County Park system

Volunteer Calendar

Click here for upcoming ARPF volunteer outings, special events & more.

Map

The ARPF cares for the 23 miles, and about 5,000 acres of the American River’s foreshore

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Things to do on the #AmericanRiverParkway

Share your experiences on the Parkway with the hashtag #foundontheParkway for a chance to be featured.


Parkway Partners

Thank you to the wonderful partners below!

The Parkway Partners program is designed to co-promote local businesses and organizations. The program offers marketing benefits via branded social media, e-newsletters, Parkway Gatherings, and more. For more information contact Chris Aguirre at caguirre@arpf.org.