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California, U.S.A.
Welcome to El Dorado Hills, California.
El Dorado Hills is home to around 42,000 people, and the area is situated in the picturesque foothills of the majestic Sierra Mountains. Often referred to as the gateway to El Dorado County, this spectacular gem is placed in a wide and green landscape facing the Sacramento Valley, the Sierra Mountains and Folsom Lake. El Dorado is home to a wealthy and thriving community, with a rich history and a wide array of recreational options. Visitors and residents can enjoy plenty of amenities in the form of shops, hotels, services and restaurants, as well as an abundance of parks, playgrounds and sports fields. The El Dorado community takes pride in its excellent schools and cultural achievements, with prominent nearby institutions like the Folsom Lake College and adjoining Performing Arts Center. In addition, the town offers numerous art galleries and their own musical theatre ensemble. For outdoor recreation, fitness enthusiasts can pedal away at one of the many bike roads, or work their leg muscles in one of the several hiking trails. And why not try some jet skiing or boating in the Folsom Lake; a popular spot for people of all ages. If you're up for a short car trip, head up to the Sierra Mountains and visit the prestigious Serrano Country Club, where golf players can try their luck at the annual Chamber golf tournament. Other opportunities for activity nearby include the Red Hawk Casino, the historic town of Placerville, and whitewater rafting on the American River. One thing is certain El Dorado will surely not disappoint you in terms of outdoor recreation. El Dorado County is in fact home to one of the richest wilderness areas in California, with almost one million acres of forest.
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