Fruitridge Park Apartments for Rent
Cute cottages as starter homes and rentals are part of the scenery at Fruitridge Park. The older homes from the 1940s have neat, established front lawns and trees. Oversized city lots in the community were part of the era when real estate was designed for large families and expansion. The neighborhood is east of Highway 99 with access to downtown Sacramento for work or play. Schools in the Sacramento City Unified School District are nearby.
The neighborhood is close to convenient shopping and restaurants. UC Davis Medical Center, Sutter General Hospital, and Sutter Memorial Hospital are some of the healthcare facilities close to Fruitridge Park.
The Big Idea Theatre is one of several places in Sacramento to see a play. There is no dress code at the theatre, where the audience wears anything from cocktail attire to jeans. Unless specified, performances at the theatre are appropriate for audiences 16 years of age and older. The theatre is American Disability Act accessible.
A brief drive on Highway 99 brings residents to midtown Sacramento for cultural activities, shopping, and restaurants.
Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park and the California State Indian Museum in Midtown are family-friendly places offering educational and entertainment programs. Residents, tourists, and school age children have visited the fort and the museum for decades. The fort is what remains of John Sutter’s life during the California Gold Rush, when the Swiss immigrant welcomed settlers seeking their fortune in the gold fields.
The California State Indian Museum is located on the grounds of Sutter’s Fort and is used for events relating to local Native Americans. Clothing, baskets, and jewelry once belonging to some of the native cultures in California are on display. Crafts and an extensive collection of books on Native Americans are for sale at the museum gift shop.