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Fall in Sacramento: A Photo Gallery

Fall in Sacramento

Fall is in the air for Sacramento and there’s no better time to enjoy her colors than now. Take a walk at the Capitol, down K St., through our parks, or on the streets of any of downtown or East Sacramento’s neighborhoods and it quickly becomes apparent that this “City of Trees” is perhaps the best metropolitan city in the state of California to see autumn’s garb.

So go ahead, pull out your sweater, grab a coffee, and enjoy the crunch of leaves beneath your feet. Trees are still changing so it’s not too late!

The State Capitol
Elementary school students visit the Capitol
Ambrosia Cafe on K Street
Vibrant–and still changing–trees at 11th St.
Old and New: the Crocker Art Museum
View of the city across the river from Old Sacramento
City buildings on Capitol Mall
Sacramento State University
Sacramento State University
Charming neighborhood near Loehmann's Plaza
Charming neighborhood near Loehmann’s Plaza
The Fab 40s

Curtis Park neighborhood
McKinnley Park
William Land Park




Students ride a horse and buggy down N St.
First Baptist Church on L St.
Fall window display at Krazy Mary’s Fashion Boutique
Insight Coffee–one of Sacramento’s many specialty coffee houses
Bright trees lining S St.
A dog walk down 21st St.
View of the Sacramento’s treescape from the Citizen Hotel
Change is in the air: construction site of the arena at Downtown Plaza
A glimpse of what’s to come: decorating the annual Christmas tree at the Capitol

About the author

Bethany Harris

Bethany joined Sacramento Press in 2013 and enjoys writing articles that uncover the happenings of the city and the people behind the stories who make them so worth telling. A native of Sacramento, she also loves photography, running, gardening, coffee, and discovering new places and new things to do--both in the city and throughout California.

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