An adored neighborhood with historic roots, Land Park sits as one of Sacramento’s oldest and most cherished neighborhoods. With William Land Park making the community whole, Land Park is nestled just south of downtown Sacramento between Interstate-5 and Highway 160.

The streets are garnished with beautiful, matured trees and historic acorn streetlights, embellishing the extraordinary vintage homes.


The William Land Gold Course, known as “Sacramento’s Oldest Golf Treasure”,  is only a small piece of the rich history that is part of the 160 acres known as William Land Park. The park also includes entertainment features such as The Sacramento Zoo, Fairytale Town and Funderland.  Built over 75 years ago, The Tower Theater was popular for showing second-run movies that had started out weeks earlier on the glittering streets of K Street.  Today it stands as the center of foreign and independent cinema in Sacramento.  Dazzling niche restaurants of Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Ethiopian, and Japanese cuisines are scattered throughout the town to taunt your appetite and make your mouth water!


Known for its tree-lined streets and charming, character-filled homes, Land Park has been attracting the upper class for over 100 years.  Politicians, Supreme Court Justices, treasurers, attorneys, restaurant owners and mayors are all drawn to the posh homes and relaxation of this close community.

  • Close community
  • Posh homes
  • Upper class
  • Relaxed
  • Classic
  • Schools