Reasons to Live in Rocklin
It's a good time to find a home. Home prices here dipped slightly but are rising, so now is the ideal time to check out rent to own houses, rental homes, and even apartments on West Oaks Boulevard or Taylor Road. If you need any storage, then check out the units at Central Rocklin Storage or Spare Foot.
All that sunshine. Rocklin is just 25 miles from Sacramento and has sunshine most of the year. You'll enjoy the outdoors here and can visit any of 30 parks in town such as Kathy Lund Park or Vista Grande Park. Get picnic items from Arby's or La Bou.
Different homes to choose from. In Rocklin, you will find something to suit your needs. Whether it is a four-bedroom home with a pool on Mystery Mountain Drive or a condo on King Road, Rocklin has variety when it comes to choosing a home for rent. You can furnish it at places like RC Willey or Rocklin Furniture.
Fresh food. When you live in California, you can almost always expect fresh food, but Rocklin has some real quality. Check out Rocklin Farmers Market on Lonetree Boulevard or Bishop's Pumpkin Patch in Wheatland.
Affordable housing. If you thought California was the stuff of dreams, think again. There is some great affordable housing, along with rent to own homes, in and around Rocklin that could be just what you are looking for. Check out places like English Colony Way or Taylor Road. Before you know it, you'll be dining out at places like Granite Rock Grill or Venitas.
Skiing in the sunshine. With the Sierra Nevada Mountains close by, your local ski resort is a only short drive from downtown Rocklin or Roseville. You can be on the slopes at Lake Tahoe or Mammoth Mountain really quickly.
It's well connected. Rocklin is within a short drive of places like Sacramento. With the interstate highways so close, you can be in a large city within minutes while still having the charm of a smaller town as your home. That gives you time to spend in restaurants like Anatolian Table Restaurant on Lonetree Boulevard or Lucille's Smokehouse BBQ in Blue Oaks.
Local wine. ll love the local wine. You can visit the wineries here or sample pours in restaurants along Lonetree Boulevard. Take a look at Chateau St. John or The Old Sugar Mill for some wonderful tastings.
Golf. In Rocklin, golfing enthusiasts will enjoy the two courses in the city. You could play at Rocklin Golf Club on Midas Avenue or check out Whitney Oaks on Clubhouse Drive in the city.
The Market Moves. Rocklin has around 100 homes to buy available at any one time. That's a lot to choose from in a sought after area. Consider buying or finding a rent to own unit on Taylor Road or in Roseville.
Great shopping. Rocklin is known for its shopping, and you will find most things you need in town at places like Dollar Tree on Pacific Drive. You can also visit one of north California's largest Malls at Westfield Galleria in Roseville.
The community spirit. There is always something going on in Rocklin, and you'll find it easy to get involved. Look at Evenings in the Park during summer at Johnson Springview or find Rocklin Library on Granite Drive.
A vibrant nightlife. It's rocking in Rocklin. You'll find bars and clubs to keep you entertained in town. Try Chevy's in the Downtown area or get craft beer at the Boneshaker Pub on Park Drive.