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Parks & Recreation

Along with a higher quality of living comes a higher standard for recreation, and Granite Bay, CA exceeds expectations. Granite Bay is conveniently situated on the north shore of Folsom Lake, giving residents exclusive access to the many beautiful beaches, picnic areas, and hiking trails.

Food & Entertainment

Hawks, a boutique restaurant, is one of Granite Bay’s most celebrated restaurants, offering a unique spin on traditional American cuisine, as well as a full bar and superb service. Visit the Country Gables Shopping center to grocery shop at Raley’s, enjoy a relaxing day at the Atrium Salon Spa, or grab some coffee at Peet’s Coffee and Tea.

 

Granite Bay, CA, situated on the north shore of Folsom Lake, is an affluent community in Placer County that prides itself on providing a high quality of life for its residents. Granite Bay was officially recognized in 1987, and now boasts a population of over 20,402. The place name originated from the discovery of the entire town being underlain by granodiorite, a rock very similar to granite. Granite Bay’s sterling reputation and luxurious homes have attracted some of the most prestigious and influential members of the Sacramento area. The fantastic location, top-rated schools, excellent recreation opportunities, and solid community plan add to the already high desirability of this outstanding community. Granite Bay, CA is a prominent presence in Northern California, and the perfect place to call your new home.

 

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Schools

One of the most vital components of a thriving community is the quality of education provided by the schools. The Eureka Union School District continues to be highly regarded for its outstanding academic achievements, ranking first in Placer County with an extraordinary API (Academic Performance Index) of 918.

Eureka Union is also proud to have two teachers, Katherine Ito of Maidu Elementary and Cheryl Niver of Ridgeview Elementary bestowed with the prestigious James P. Roberts Outstanding Teachers of the Year Awards. Greenhills Elementary School and Oakhills Elementary School have both been rated 10 out of 10 for the quality of education by GreatSchools. Granite Bay High School, home of the Grizzlies, has consistently ranked among the top high schools in California, winning the California Distinguished School Award for 2001, 2002, and 2007, and was recently awarded with the 2012 America’s Best High Schools award by Newsweek and The Daily Beast.

 
 

You can also enjoy boating, jet skiing, wakeboarding and swimming during recreational season. For horse lovers, Granite Bay offers many elite equestrian centers, such as Patriot Farms, a full-service equine training, boarding and rehabilitation facility on 16 acres of tranquil property. Visit one of Granite Bay’s many parks for a fun with the family, such as Granite Bay Community Park, Douglas Ranch Park, and Treelake Park. Granite Bay Golf Club, an elite Northern California golf club, has received widespread recognition for its 18-hole course design, greens and clubhouse. Granite Bay offers recreational opportunities unrivaled by any others.

Part of the allure of Granite Bay, CA is the easy access to major cities such as San Francisco, only a ninety minute drive, and a great place to escape for the weekend. The beautiful Lake Tahoe is less than two hours away and offers resorts, skiing, and snowboarding on the slopes of the Sierra Nevada’s. Granite Bay’s neighboring city, Roseville, also has many options when it comes to entertainment, such as movie theatres, a waterpark, bars and pubs, and much more. Granite Bay, CA is one of the best towns Northern California has to offer, and is ready to be your future home.

 
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