Hollywood Park Apartments for Rent
As one of Sacramento’s oldest neighborhoods, Hollywood Park is a blend of ranch-style houses and apartment complexes from the 1950s but has kept up with modern times as a desirable place to live. The neighborhood is close to Interstate 5 and major thoroughfares for a commute by automobile or Regional Transit bus into downtown Sacramento.
Without leaving the confines of neighborhood boundaries, Hollywood Park residents are close to local conveniences. Shopping and strip malls—some that have been in business for decades—are familiar places for residents. Old-fashioned ice cream shops, bakeries, and eateries add to the suburban landscape.
Hollywood Park is a neighborhood springboard to locations for work, school, and play. Schools in the Sacramento City Unified School District are within walking distance. College students living in the neighborhood can walk, bike, or take the bus to Sacramento City College. Offering associate degree and transfer programs, it a popular community college in the Los Rios Community College District.
The 600-acre William Land Park was named by a Sacramento pioneer and has been a favorite family destination for years. Walkers, runners, and bicyclists use the park on a daily basis. Picnic areas are scattered throughout the park and encourage visitors to enjoy park activities for several hours. Basketball, soccer, and football areas available for team sports. For a slower pace, residents and visitors can admire the landscaped flower gardens or stroll along the park’s lake. William Land Park is the well-known site for community events throughout the year.
Fairytale Town is a 2.5-acre park packed with activities to delight toddlers and children. Activities at the park, including arts and crafts, are based on fairy tales and nursery rhymes.