The Adventure Continues… Our State’s Front Yard

September 2017

I live a relatively short 30 miles from Capitol Park in Sacramento, but I have to admit I’ve never properly explored all it has to offer. I did spend a few hours exploring this beautiful park back in September 2017, but I still managed to see merely a small part of it — and that was made very clear to me when I examined a PDF of the Capitol Park Monument and Memorial Guide. In this 1993 episode of California’s Gold, Huell shares only a few of the many highlights of the 40-acre green space,  located in the heart of downtown Sacramento.

Join Huell and visit the immaculate and lush grounds of Capitol Park in Sacramento, our state’s official front and backyard, and find azaleas, huckleberry, 100-year-old cedar trees and a Memorial Grove of trees transplanted from the battlefields of the Civil War to become a part of Californias Gold.

(Click on the linked image below to see the video.)

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