Rancho Cordova, CA, USA

Rancho Cordova, CA, USA

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Where to stay around Rancho Cordova, CA?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 125 vacation rentals near Rancho Cordova. From 78 houses to 23 apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Rancho Cordova for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

No one can say no to this NoCal treasure

There's history everywhere in Rancho Cordova—and there's also a whole lot of natural beauty. You'll understand why booking a Rancho Cordova vacation rental is so genius the moment you arrive. This Northern California treasure has it all: family-friendly activities, mesmerizing scenery, water sports, and plenty of options for dedicated adventure seekers who appreciate the wonders of the great outdoors. You can enjoy some peace and quiet here, too, or spend some quality time indulging your inner shopaholic or immersing in the local arts scene.

Rancho Cordova – where you and your wallet both win

Bring your A-game to Rancho Cordova—you'll need it for the endless affordable activities on the agenda. Enjoy a day rafting, kayaking, or sailing and gaze at the magnificent birds above (and don't forget the salmon below!). Take yourself on the ultimate self-guided tour and enjoy a visit to Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park, where you can make like a gold-panning old-timer. Get your foodie fix in the heart of town, where you can enjoy everything from sushi to Indian cuisine. Don't miss the bargains at Folsom Premium Outlets, where your wallet wins every time.

Wonderful wines and amazing art

If you booked a Rancho Cordova vacation rental with the family, you'll love the Sacramento Children's Museum, which is packed with musical exhibitions and fun explorations for little ones. The Crocker Art Museum, about 15 minutes away by car, was founded in 1885 and offers a massive collection of international artwork. There are a couple of zoos nearby, too, including Sacramento and Folsom. If you prefer to get your wine on, don't whine about it—head straight for Amador County Wineries and wander the charming Sierra foothills as you enjoy rich reds.

Things are heating up in Rancho Cordova

If you favor warm weather and pleasant temperatures year round, you'll appreciate Rancho Cordova for more than just its excellent scenery. Even if you arrive in the winter, you'll be treated to highs in the mid-50s—there's no chance of snow. Even rainfall is minimal here. Temperatures hover in the mid-60s to around 80 throughout the rest of the year, save for summer. That's when things really heat up, and it's not unusual to encounter almost 100-degree temperatures in July and August. Pack a sun hat and sunscreen for best results.

This way to the Parkway

To the east of Sacramento, Rancho Cordova is bordered by Mather Airport and the American River Parkway. It's home to miles of activity-friendly waters, including the American River. There are even some fishing lagoons and extensive hiking trails that wind through a series of parks. It's the parkway itself that gives people reason to book a Rancho Cordova vacation rental in the first place—the 23-mile area features a cozy, sandy beach, thick forests, tiny ponds and the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the wildlife.