4. Explore the Old Town Elk Grove Farmers Market
Every Sunday, from May through November, the Old Town Elk Grove Farmers Market is a great place to explore fresh, local produce, flowers, prepared food, and handmade crafts.
5. Enjoy the Outdoors with Fishing & Disc Golf at Elk Grove Park
At over 122 acres, Elk Grove Regional Park offers visitors abundant opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Bring your fishing gear, cast a line, and see what you will catch in the park’s lake Or, soak up the sun on a warm day at the 9-hole disc golf course.
6. Go Birding at the Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge
Stroll the trails at Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge for the chance to spot local birds and, from fall to spring, thousands of migratory birds. The wildlife refuge invites guests to take a self-guided tour of the Blue Heron Trails or to gather for a group tour.
7. Take a Self-Guided Tour of Old Town Elk Grove
Explore the many restaurants, shops, and historic landmarks in the Old Town District. Follow the self-guided walking tour of Old Town to learn about the history of Elk Grove.