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RANCHO CORDOVA
California, U.S.A.
THE GOLD TOWN
Welcome to Rancho Cordova, California.
The city of Rancho Cordova is located in Sacramento County and has a population of around 65,000 people. The city is the largest employment center in Sacramento, with over 50,000 commuters. The area where Rancho Cordova is situated was originally called Mayhews Crossing and Hangtown Crossing, during the 1850's Gold Rush era. The land was later renamed Mayhew Station and Mills Station, and the city itself was named after the Cordova Vineyard. There are plenty of things to do in Rancho Cordova aside from work all you need is a little wanderlust and a taste for adventure. For instance, you can go kayaking or fishing in the gushing American River, or raft your way up to Lake Natoma for miles of sparkling water. Once there, you can sail, canoe, battle board or simply grab your oars and row across the tranquil waters. Along the American River there is a bike trail that stretches all the way from Folsom to Sacramento, so if you're up for a 32-mile pedaling challenge, this is your lucky day. With Rancho Cordova's favorable position on the map, you can visit a plethora of destinations in just around an hour if you travel by car. Explore the Gold Country at historic sites like the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park, tour the many galleries of Sutter Creek and Volcano, or travel to the Sierra Foothills wine country to taste fabulous wines the choice is yours! Lastly, sports enthusiasts can rejoice in the fact that Rancho Cordova is California's unofficial Sports Tournament Capital, with the city's Sports and Event Center covering a plethora of sports like basketball and volleyball. Regardless if you're traveling to Rancho Cordova for the weekend or moving here permanently, you'll quickly find this charming town more than accommodating.
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