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Trips & Tours
Roseville Parks & Recreation offers a variety of day, multi-day and extended trips for people of all ages! For more information about trips, please visit the Maidu Community Center to pick up a brochure and application or call (916) 774 - 5950.
Beautiful, all inclusive extended trips provided by Collette Vacations. You can find brochures and forms at the Maidu Community Center. Be sure to check the current Vintage News & Views for upcoming travel previews.
- South Dakota: September 9-15, 2014 (1880 Train, Mt. Rushmore, Black Hills Gold, Crazy Hore Memorial, Needle Highway, Custer State Park, Chuckwagon Supper, Hot Springs, Deadwood, Badlands, National Park) South Dakota
- Rome & the Amalfi Coast: October 23 - November 1, 2014 (Rome, Regional Wine and Dinner, Ravello, Villa Rufolo, Vietri-Sul-Mare, Sorrento, Amalfi Coast, Paestum, Pompeii, Wine Tasting, Naples, Archaeological Museum) Rome
- America's Music Cities: November 2-9, 2014 (French Quarter, New Orleans School of Cooking, Swamp Tour, Graceland, Grand Ole Opry Show & Backstage Tour, Historic RCA Studio B, Country Music Hall of Fame) America's Music Cities
- San Antonio Holiday: December 4-8, 2014 (Mission San Jose, The Alamo, Paseo del Rio Cruise, Sandy Oaks, Olive Orchard, LBJ Ranch, Fredericksburg, El Mercado, Mayan Dude Ranch) San Antonio
Friends in Travel
Visit the Maidu Community Center to pick up a flyer or contact Jackie at (916) 207-9691 or Billie at (916) 205-1569. Be sure to check the current Vintage News & Views for upcoming travel previews.
|Parks, Recreation & Libraries locations will be closed on Monday, October 13 due to the Columbus Day Holiday with the exception of our fitness facilities and Adventure Club childcare sites. The Roseville Sports Center and Mike Shellito Indoor Pool are open regular hours. As always, parks are open sunrise-one hour after sunset.|
|In 2007 the State of California's mandated reducing water usage by 20% before the year 2020. We have already met that goal. Now with the City's declaration of Drought Stage 2, which requires 20% reduction for households and a 30% reduction in irrigation for businesses, we continue to look for ways to be more efficient with our water resources in addition to the reductions that have already been achieved.|