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2300 Iron Point Rd, Folsom, CA 95630
$1,425 - $1,828 | 1 - 3 Beds

(916) 790-5393

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Broadstone Neighborhood in Folsom, CA

Broadstone Neighborhood

Nestled between the Sierra Nevada Foothills and expansive Lake Folsom, Broadstone offers residents a diverse selection of recreational opportunities. A popular sports park sits in the northern section of the community.

Broadstone is located in zip code 95630. The community is bounded by East Bidwell Street on the north and east, Iron Point Road and the El Dorado Freeway (50) on the south, and Oak Avenue Parkway on the west. Lake Folsom lies to the north, and the Sierra Nevada Foothills sit to the south.

Of the many appealing aspects of living in Broadstone is the John Kemp Community Park, which lies in the northern section of the community. This scenic park features two baseball diamonds, two multi-purpose fields, two volleyball courts, a picnic pavilion, and a playground with a water feature.

The Broadstone Racquet Club is also located in Broadstone. This premier, private facility offers children and adult members a wide variety of fitness options, including racquetball, Pilates, personal training, aquatics, and tennis.

For a day’s outing the whole family is sure to enjoy, residents visit Lake Folsom, and the Folsom Lake State Recreation Area. On land, the 18,000-acre site provides opportunities to hike, jog, horseback ride, picnic, camp, and bike. A 32-mile bicycle path runs from Folsom Lake to other Sacramento County parks. Folsom lake allows boating, water skiing, and fishing. The parkland also includes the connecting Lake Natoma, which features a variety of aquatic sports, such as sailing and kayaking.

Residents who enjoy motorcycle and dune buggy riding flock to the Prairie City State Vehicular Recreation Area, which lies to the southwest in the Sierra Nevada Foothills. The area gives off-highway vehicle enthusiasts varied terrain on which to roam, including open grasslands, hills, and through acres of mine tailings left from the late-1800s Gold Rush.

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