Sacramento is surrounded by beautiful landscape with hundreds of miles of waterways, an abundance of bike trails, bike-friendly streets and 2,000 acres of city parks. As America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital, local restaurants and purveyors utilize the abundance of regionally grown products to create a freshness that’s unparalleled. The overall down-to-earth feel combined with an average of 250 days of sunshine makes Sacramento an ideal spot to keep you energized and feeling well.

  • Day 1

    Pushkins Bakery: Enjoy a breakfast sandwich or baked good with a cup of coffee or tea at the Sacramento area exclusive wheat/gluten- and dairy-free dedicated bakery.

    Burly Beverages: Taste craft, small-batch, natural soda syrups, soft drinks, shrubs, and old-timey switchels. Burly uses a quirky and health-minded approach by using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, natural sweeteners, and a small-batch mentality to assure a consistent, all-natural, high-quality product.

    Vibe Health Bar: Their passion is to help busy people achieve vibrant health and wellbeing by consuming the highest quality foods and beverages made from the freshest organic produce and non-GMO ingredients.

    Wide Open Walls self-guided tour: Grab a list or map of all the public art and start walking (or riding). The combination of so many different artistic styles and cultural backgrounds brings a unique diversity of murals to the Golden State’s capital city.

    Localis: Enjoy the best of fine dining minus the formality. Their mission is to give you the best possible dining experience, the freshest ingredients, expertly prepared and beautifully presented in a setting that has a welcoming sensibility and ease.

  • Day 2

    Sun & Soil: Start your day off right with a cold-pressed juice or organic smoothie made with the freshest ingredients from local farms at Sun & Soil Juice Company.

    Midtown Farmers Market: This year-round farmer market happens each Saturday and showcases local agriculture, prepared foods, artisans and crafters while providing an opportunity to discover regionally grown foods

    Cycle Around Town: Rent bikes from Practical Cycle in Old Sacramento and follow their map to discover Sacramento on two wheels. There are plenty of tempting stops along the way!

    Local Roots Food Tour: Meet in the downtown Sacramento for an evening tour that explores the restaurants, chefs, architecture and history that make the Sacramento region an amazing culinary destination

  • Day 3

    Old Soul Co, The Alley: This location holds the baking and roasting operations for all three locations of Old Soul. Grab a cup of coffee or hot tea, a small breakfast plate, enjoy the local art and soak in their core beliefs: Be humble. Be better tomorrow than you were today. Love what you do… Life is short, so celebrate it!

    Stand-up Paddle Boarding lessons:  Unwind on the water. Enjoy private stand-up paddle boarding lessons on Lake Natoma. This class will incorporate yoga into your lesson for a truly relaxing and mind-clearing experience.

    Asha Baths: Wrap up your rejuvenating day and trip with a soak and massage. Asha Baths bring the modern and cultural fusion of the old-world bathhouse, a center for healing and rejuvenation and a gathering place to restore wellbeing with heat and water.

    Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op: The classes and program offer something for everyone from cooking classes and wellness seminars to gardening workshops and farm-to-fork events, making connections about important food, health and environmental issues.