Folsom, California has a unique claim to fame — the first powerhouse in the world was built here in 1895. Folsom still attracts high-tech companies, making it a great place to live and work. The historic district and old town of Folsom, located on the banks of Lake Natoma on the American river, offers fantastic scenery as you stroll through the unique shops and galleries.
The City Sanctuary Zoo and the Empire Ranch Golf Course are just two features that make Folsom a special place to rent an apartment. Folsom is the West’s oldest and largest center for antiques dealers, featuring over 60 dealers and 40 studios. Other cultural activities include Folsom Lake Civic Ballet, the Hawkins School of Performing Arts, and the Folsom Lake Symphony Orchestra. Folsom Lake College serves up to 15,000 students.
Folsom has over 32 miles of scenic bike and pedestrian trails and is the midway point between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe. Folsom Lake is great for biking, hiking, camping, horseback riding, fishing, running, water skiing, and boating.
Light rail makes commuting from Folsom to Sacramento easy, making Folsom a great choice for your next apartment.