Rocklin Parks and Recreation
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Vacations are challenging, especially with kids and the current economy.
Thankfully, Rocklin Parks and Recreation has prepared a summer filled with fun outdoor activities to help locals explore the area we live in.
Try your hand at disc golf by heading over to Johnson-Springview Park’s very own disc golf course. While there, hike around the winding trails that follow Antelope Creek. As the trail nears Spring View Middle School, make sure to stop at the Nisenan Grinding Rocks to learn about our hometown’s native people.
We encourage families to get outside and bike this summer. Cycling to class or work will give you an added level of appreciation for the beautiful weather and scenery our area boasts.
It’s never too early to start thinking about fall: Kids Junction is Rocklin’s only before- and after-school program, and is located at all Rocklin elementary school campuses. Register early for open spots in the 2012-13 school year program.