Roseville is the biggest city in Placer County with a population of more than 128,000 people. The city is home to several attractions that you should visit on a bus rental in Roseville, California.
A bus rental in Roseville, California allows you to get a group of up to 60 people together and travel in style. There is simply no better way to tour a new yet very interesting city.
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Go to Golfland Sunsplash. Open since the 1950s, Golfland Sunsplash has water parks and miniature golf courses for you to enjoy.
Check out the Blue Line Arts, now more than five decades old and still continues to promote regional and national artists through exhibits, performances, demonstrations, and lectures.
The Placer County Fairgrounds is home to the country fair as well as the All American Speedway. The county fair is the oldest yearly event in Placer and it draws 35,000 people every year. Check out the arts and crafts, the exhibits and the various booths during this event. Meanwhile, the All American Speedway holds stock car races every Saturday. Aside from these, you can also find several other community events held at the fairgrounds.
The yearly America's Clayfest happens in Roseville and other select cities in the area. The event focuses on clay art and has several exhibits and competitions including the Teapot Competition, Educators Invitational, the Bust Invitational, and Capital City Invitational.
The 3rd Saturday Art Tour allows visitors to enjoy the city's artistic inclinations and introduces them to the art community.
You can also check out the shows at the Roseville Theatre Arts Academy, where you can catch a selection of comedies, mysteries, musicals, children's and youth theater shows.
If you like museums, the city has the Carnegie Museum, which has several collections that touch on the history of the city, including the Cora Woodbridge Display, the Fiddyment Family Carriage, the Model Train Collection, and the Archival Newspaper Collection. Or check out the Maidu Museum and Historic Site, where you can find ancient rock art and bedrock mortars, as well as other artifacts of the Nisenan occupation. The museum itself has exhibits on the Maidu's culture and their daily lives.
Meanwhile, the Roseville Telephone Museum has antique telephones and other phone-related memorabilia. Then you have the Roseville Utility Exploration Center, a learning center that focuses on helping visitors learn about how to protect natural resources.
Find vintage treasures at the Antique Trove. Or you can go to Westfield Galleria, one of the biggest malls in the northern part of California. It has at least 1.5 million square feet of space and accommodates more than 240 stores, including Tiffany & Co., Juicy Couture, Lucky Brand Jeans, and Macy's, among others. Then check out the Fountains at Roseville. This lifestyle center has close to two dozen retailers, services and restaurants.
Go to Denio's Farmers Market and Swap Meet, where you can find great bargains and things you have been looking for. Or stroll down Downtown Roseville, where you have a variety of shops and restaurants, and where you can even catch a cultural event.
And if you get hungry while touring, fear not because Roseville has great restaurants offering a wide variety of culinary delights.
We definitely recommend some of the best restaurants in the city such as Trademark Pizza Company, Four Sisters Cafe, Ninja Sushi and Teriyaki, Taqueria El Burrito, The Green Boheme, Blaze Fast-Fire'd Pizza, Mehfil Indian Restaurant, UMI Sushi, House of Oliver, or The Monk's Cellar.
There are several golf courses that you can play on in Roseville. You could check out Sierra View Country Club, where you have 18 holes of golf with close to 6,500 yards at the longest tees. The course has a 72 par, 71.1 course rating and a 126 slope rating. The Sierra View course was designed by Jack Fleming and first opened in the 1950s. Meanwhile, the Diamond Oaks Municipal Golf Course has 18 holes and a par of 72, course rating of 69.1 and a slope rating of 118. It was designed by Ted Robinson and first opened in the 1960s.
There are two courses available at the Timber Creek Golf Course at Sun City Roseville. The Sierra Pines course has 9 holes and a par of 36, while the Timber Creek course has 18 holes with a par of 72.
Further, you have Woodcreek Golf Club, where you have a par of 72, course rating of 71.8 and a slope rating of 132. The 18-hole course was designed by Rupert Muir Graves and opened in 1995. Then do check out the Morgan Creek Golf and Country Club where you can play 18 holes with more than 7,300 yards at the longest tees. The Kyle D. Phillips designed course has a par of 72, a course rating of 75.6 and a slope rating of 143. It was opened in 2003.
There are three nationally registered historic sites in the city, namely the Carnegie Library, Fiddyment Ranch Main Complex, and the Haman House.
You can also go to the Tower Theatre that was built in the 1940s and is still used for the arts. The Tower Theatre is currently operated by Stand Out Talent and is the site of live shows, film screenings, festivals, premieres, workshops and concerts.
The city manages six dozen parks. Miners Ravine Trail Loop winds through Roseville and gives you the chance to hike, jog or run for 7.5 miles.
Royer Park has 17 acres of space and features picnic areas, horseshoe pits, basketball and tennis courts, and soccer, baseball and softball fields. It is also the site of the Children's Art Center. Meanwhile, Diamond Oaks Park and Olympus Park have picnic facilities, athletic fields and sports courts, play area, and other features.
Mahany Park has the Roseville Sports Center, which houses a gymnasium, fitness room, cycle room, activity room for kids, a climbing wall, and other amenities. It also has the Roseville Aquatics Complex, several sports fields such as the All Weather Field, tennis courts, softball fields, and baseball complex. You can also enjoy the batting cages and the picnic areas.
Further, you have Misty Wood Park, which has 2.5 acres of space, picnic facilities, play areas, basketball court and other features. Other parks you could go to include Adam V. Baquera Park, Bear Dog Park, Doulton C. Burner Park, Leonard "Duke" Davis Park, Robert L. Doyle Park, Dr. Paul J. Dugan Park, Gilbert & Helen Duran Park, Melba & William "Al" Erven Park, Harrigan Greens, Kenwood Oaks Park, Lincoln Estates Park, Marco Dog Park, Olympus Park, Saugstad Park, Summerhill Park, Vernon Street Town Square, Veteran's Memorial Park, and Woodbridge Park.
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