Southside Park is located in the Southwest corner of Downtown Sacramento, encompassing the 6 city blocks between T and W streets and 6th and 8th streets. Southside Park Lake has the latitude and longitude (38.56768, -121.50297) and the altitude is 25 feet. The park itself is arranged around a small central lake, and includes both inner paved pathways near and around the pond and an outer three-quarter mile jogging trail with various recently installed fitness stations. Many mature trees provide ample shade in the bulk of the park, which is otherwise largely grassy.
Southside park is used for a number of activities in addition to jogging and lounging, as it is equipped with courts for tennis, basketball, and bocce, as well as piers over the otherwise fenced lake. These are often used for fishing or watching various waterfowl (many different kinds of ducks are common, but Canada geese, mudhens, and occasional cormorants are also frequent visitors). The park is also home to a community pool run through the City of Sacramento and a clubhouse that provides space for neighborhood meetings and for an active youth program.
Before fishing in Southside Park Lake you should consult with local guides and regulations. Fishermen who have fished at Southside Park Lake are encouraged to post reviews of the Southside Park Lake Fish types and any images they want to share with others.
Things To Do:
- Hatchery Trout
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