Folsom Lake State Recreation Area

Mountain bikers seek more trails

Craig Wilson leans over a map of Folsom Lake State Recreation Area to point out colored lines representing where mountain bikers may legally ride. A blue line indicates the mountai ...

Hikers, bicyclists upset over Granite Bay parking closure

A group of outdoor recreation enthusiasts is upset over a barricade that will block one of the last remaining parking areas that provides free access to Folsom Lake State Recreatio ...

Illegal bike jumps irk trail users

Paula Campbell has earned a reputation around Folsom Lake State Recreation Area. For some neighbors and fellow equestrians, the reputation of this petite, feisty 64-year-old woman ...

High water levels mean high-risk activities

High water levels at area hot spots may mean more recreation, but some are engaging in risky behavior. While bridge jumping is not a new activity to those who monitor State Parks ...

Folsom Lake almost full

High lake levels may mean more recreation fun for water enthusiasts but officials remain concerned about our water supply. Folsom Lake is reportedly about 20 percent above its no ...

No roaming charge

For very little cash local residents can experience the thrill of hiking on nearby trails. Roseville and Granite Bay are surrounded by various trail systems perfect for family ou ...