About: The City of Davis maintains over 400 acres of parks and greenbelts throughout the community. Visitors to the 32 neighborhood and community parks and the extensive system of greenbelts can find 43 different play areas, 12 large reservable picnic areas and many smaller ones, 33 tennis courts, and many other amenities such as horse shoe pits, disc golf, basketball courts, exercise courses, and much, much more.
Skate Park (Free; located at Community Park, see Parks and Rec website for location)
Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area About: Approximately three miles east of Davis (four miles west of West Sacramento) off Interstate 80. From eastbound I-80, take East Chiles Road exit and travel east one quarter mile to the west levee access. From westbound I-80, take Frontage Road exit immediately west of the west end of the Yolo Causeway, turn right at stop sign and head south under freeway to west levee access.
Dance Zumba Class Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30-7:30pm
Esparto Middle School Cafeteria (26058 Road 21A)
$5.00 per session. First class is free!
Call Cheryl (707) 372-2434 or Maria (530) 312-1290 with questions. Facebook: Yolo County Zumba with Cheryl and Maria
RISE, Inc Community Services Center Youth and Pre-School Programs
17317 Fremont St, Esparto, CA
Community Center 1075 W. Capital Ave, West Sacramento, CA
Recreation Center 2801 Jefferson Blvd, West Sacramento, CA
Dance Zumba Class Yolo County Children's Alliance (YCCA) and the Kaiser Heal Program host classes on Tuesdays from 5:00-6:00 pm at Alyce Norman Center cafeteria (1200 Anna St) for $2.00 per session.
YCCA hosts classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-5:00 pm at the Community Center (2801 Jefferson Blvd).
Drop-ins welcome, no need to sign-up in advance.
Free Yoga for Seniors to help prevent falls
Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:30-10:15 am at the Eskaton Monroe Lodge (3225 Freeport Blvd, Sacramento)
Contact Mae at Bryte Yoga and Wellness at (530) 400-3013
River Walk Park The River Walk Park is a paved trail along the west bank of the Sacramento river. Between the trial and the river are many picnic areas. Along the trail itself are many educational signs that talk about the settlement of Sacramento, as well as the natural habitat of the river.