Surrounded by farmland on nearly three sides, the Natomas Creek
neighborhood of Sacramento
provides the perfect mix of city and country living. Several neighborhood parks give Natomas Creek its slightly rural feel. Drive roughly three miles south and enjoy the even larger 47-acre North Natomas Regional Park and its freshwater lake.
State Route 99 borders the western edge of the neighborhood, and I-5, which runs past the southwest corner of Natomas Creek, leads to Sacramento International Airport and downtown Sacramento.
Most nearby restaurants line up near Del Paso Road, about a three-mile drive. Local favorites include the ultra-modern Tuk Tuk Restaurant, serving Thai fare. Diners wanting to kick things up a notch find that the lively Pete's Restaurant and Brewhouse fits the bill for happy hour drinks and late-night grub.