Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
730 Palora Ave.
Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 674-1592
Fax: (530) 674-3032
Lincoln Hills Golf Club is Sacramento's premier and esteemed name for golf championships. With an executive 36-hole course, the club boasts of pristine golf facilities at affordable prices. A golfer's dream, the club offers challenging fairways to professionals and at the same time helps beginners get their basics right. It is also known for hosting local and competitive golf events.
The lush narrow fairways, lined by very mature oak trees in between meandering creeks and rock outcroppings, make a score of par-72 a stern test for the best. While the course is new, the designer's sensitivity to natural elements, and hazards, gives it the visual appeal of a much older course. The course has a dress code. All men must wear shirts with a collar and blue jeans are not allowed.
Designed by Billy Casper and Greg H. Nash, the Sierra Pines Course was opened to the public in 1997. With a slope rating of 113 on Rye grass and a course rating of 35.2, this course certainly challenges the game of a seasoned golfer. Part of the Timber Creek Golf Course, the 9-holed Sierra Pines Course is suitable for players of all abilities, despite a few water hazards along the fairways. Tee times vary so call ahead.
Make some time to give golf a try at the well-facilitated Timber Creek Golf Course. Actually, a lot of time would be just right to enjoy a good game of golf. With 27 holes, this course has over 140 big and small sand bunkers. Don't be baffled by the 27 holes as there are 18 holes and 9 holes tournaments only. But do not expect this course to be too easy, but challenging. Do check out the website to be a part of this wonderful game of golf at the Timber Creek Golf Course.
Woodcreek Golf Club is situated amidst thick oak plantation in the beautiful city of Roseville, a few miles from Sacramento. This 18-hole championship course is spread across 6518 yards of marshy land and puts your golfing skills to test. The course also consists of a driving range, a practice green, a golf "pro shop" and banquet facilities. The clubhouse has excellent amenities for golfers, and training sessions are also conducted. The Legends & Heroes Sports Bar & Grill at the club is the ideal place to stop after a game. Call for further details.
Teal Bend Golf Course may sound like a tough track, but it really plays shorter than its posted 7,061 yards from the back tees. No long carries over hazards are required, and the par-five 17th hole gives up lots of eagles to players who choose to hit over the lake. Fees include a cart and a bucket of balls for loosening up at the driving range. Note: Non-metal spikes are required here.
In 1991, Golf Digest selected Cherry Island Golf Course as one of the Top-Ten New Municipal Courses. Despite what it seems you are not driving through the gates of a private club. This is one of the newer and already popular public courses in Sacramento. Dry Creek and Sierra Creek run adjacent to the lush 6,562-yard layout that offers both challenge and opportunity to golfers of all skill levels.
You can play 18 beautifully maintained and challenging holes in less than 3 hours. While Antelope Greens Golf Course measures only 3,100 yards from the back tees, it is no pushover. Playing to a par 58, the holes measure from 77-355 yards with just enough water, sand and trees to keep you sharp. Greens and fairways are the equal of any private course and plenty of food and drink is available in the clubhouse.
Covering an area of 853 acres (345 hectares), the Empire Mine State Historic Park is a historic park built over a gold mine. The Empire Mine is one of the largest and oldest gold mines of California that were shut down in 1956. An expanse of greenery, there are plenty of opportunities for hiking down the various trails. The park also offers tours of the cottage, clubhouse and mine-yards to interested visitors.
The four galleries in this seven-year old museum offer a glimpse into the past. Some visitors will recognize a particular telephone and remember “how it used to be.” On display are more than 100 early wall telephones, early telephone booths and old technology going back to the 1890s. As far as current equipment, technology buffs will appreciate the cutaway of a typical underground cable vault and a display that commends the wonders of fiber optics. Admission is $1 for age 13 and older. Children under 12 are admitted free.
This fun place has two 18-hole miniature golf courses, a 5,000-square-foot laser tag arena, more than 200 arcade games and a water park. The water-park has an adventure island, a wave pool, a lazy river and eight slide towers. The park does not permit outside food or drinks. It does have a pizza kitchen and snack bars serving a variety of foods and drinks.
Within a short walk from the Roseville Amtrak station, Royer Park is a family park which offers something for everyone. The park comprises walking and jogging tracks, a baseball field, tennis courts, a basketball court and a large picnic area. And that's not all, as the park also hosts concerts and other cultural events during summers. Built in 1938, this green spot is a perfect place for leisurely and recreational activities.