Sacramento Gay Neighborhoods
Home of the Kings, the state’s capital, and an incredibly diverse population, Sacramento, California, is considered the economic and cultural center of the northern part of the state. It may not be as well-known as LA or San Francisco, but Sacramento has a lot to offer.
The city anchor’s the fourth-largest metro area in the state. The American River and Sacramento River meet here, creating a gorgeous riverfront area. The warm year-round temperatures lead to fairly mild winters and hot summers, but the nice breeze from the ocean actually keeps the city feeling very nice even in July. Sacramento has a number of great artistic and cultural areas, including a number of museums, theatres, and art activities hosted by the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission.
Thinking about moving to the city? Sacramento has a few different gay ghettos. Elmhurst is home to many LGBT-owned businesses. The area is also known for having many diverse plants, flowers, and trees that create beautiful landscaping opportunities. Single-family homes here are usually priced between $150,000 and $600,000. Condos are rare in Elmhurst.
Then there’s South Land Park. This area, which is near Land Park, is a very friendly and hip community. You’ll find a few condos here priced between $160,000 and $370,000. Single-family homes are more prevalent and usually run between $315,000 and $700,000.