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Elk Grove's Largest Natural Park Space
The Preserve is 28-acre passive park space that includes a habitat restoration of wetlands, native grasslands, and native oak forest. It's a place for all ages and abilities to explore and take in our agricultural history, with a historic silo and pistachio orchard, fitness court, walking trails, a wheelchair-accessible playground, picnic tables, and benches to relax and unwind from the outside world.
Explore the Wild Side of Elk Grove
Animal habitats at the Preserve include owl burrows, bat boxes and snags in the islands, which are valuable as bird nesting areas.
Trees you'll find include Sawleaf Zelkova, California Sycamore, Valley and Interior Live Oak, Big Leaf Maple, Box Elder, Oregon Ash, Fremont Cottonwood, Red Willow plus the Arroyo Willow, and you'll also find the original pistachio orchard on the south side of the property.