Bridgeway Lakes is an established, yet newer, neighborhood in the southern region of West Sacramento. Located in Yolo County, West Sac is transforming quickly from an industrial area to a diverse, thriving city with family-friendly neighborhoods and amenities.
Anchored by the Bridgeway Lakes Park and Boathouse, the community is comprised of large homes crafted in muted colors, blending among the river and lush wetland landscape it sits against. The streets are wide with spacious sidewalks, ideal for walks, small bikes, and scooters. A river meanders throughout the meticulously designed streets and scenic walkways.
Residents can take advantage of the 12-acre eponymous park, which is home to a large baseball diamond, turf area, amphitheater, walking paths, and water play area for hot summer afternoons. A number of classes and recreational activities take place at the Boathouse, including Spanish for toddlers and Camp Lakeside (a program for kids in the summer months). A man-made lake with paddleboats furthers the summertime activities.
More activities (and shopping) abound just three quick miles away on Jefferson Blvd. The West Sacramento Recreation Center offers a myriad of yoga, Zumba, bootcamp, cardio, and toning classes. There’s also cardio and circuit training equipment, but the family fun comes in the form of a climbing wall, pool with waterslide and special events like the Soggy Doggy Swim Day for pooches that like to work out.
The center is adjacent to River City High and just down the street is Southport Shopping Center with Target, grocery stores, coffee shops, and restaurants.
A quiet community, seemingly worlds away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Bridgeway Lakes is said to be ideal for someone who works downtown and looks forward to a short 15-minute commute to their very own retreat.