Carmichael is a fabulous place to live. It is close to the river, Ancil Hoffman Park, Riding Trails, Bike Trails, Downtown, CSUS, and all the other amenities you could possibly want. While it is close to HWY 50, it is far enough away to afford you one of the quietest places to live in Sacramento. It has new mansions and small cottages on large pieces of land. It is a very eclectic area. The weather in Carmichael is the best. The comfortable nights are to be spent out doors entertaining or walking a your dog. Because this is an established area, you find that Sacramento’s claim to fame, The Tree City, is alive and well here, affording you comfort in the hot summer days. Carmichael has an elevation of 125 ft., is 17 square miles, has a population of 72,000, has one of only two regional libraries in Sacramento County, a trauma center, Mercy San Juan Medical Center, is home to one of the top school districts in the state, San Juan Unified School District, has a 320 acre public golf course, the Effie Yeaw Nature Center, two excellent park districts, and a small business community consisting of retail, professional and service businesses.
Things to do around Carmichael
Ancil Hoffman Golf Course
6700 Tarshes Dr, Carmichael, CA 95608
Jo Smith Nature Trail
The Jo Smith Nature Trail begins at Arcade Creek Park, and runs along the south side of Arcade Creek Park and in the Verde Cruz Creek floodplain. Arcade Creek Park is located at the end of Omni Drive, south of Madison Avenue.
Effie Yeaw Nature Center Located inside Ancil Hoffman County Park.
For directions and more information visit the website:
Carmichael has several cycling trails.
Click here to view a map of local cycle trails.
5325 Engle Rd.
Carmichael, CA 95608
(Between Garfield and Walnut Ave. in the La Sierra Community Center)