About 27 miles from downtown Sacramento, nestled in the City of Rocklin in Placer County, you’ll find a new place to call home the Whitney Ranch™ community. Once you’ve arrived look for the Outdoor Community Map and Builder Information Display located at the corner of Wildcat Blvd. and Bridlewood Dr. This display is stocked with community maps, builder information, Rocklin Unified School District brochures, and City of Rocklin handouts.

Driving Directions from Sacramento/Bay Area:
•    Take Interstate 80 to Highway 65 (North)
•    Exit on Sunset Boulevard (East)
•    Turn left on West Stanford Ranch Road
•    Turn left on Wildcat Blvd. and follow to Bridlewood Drive

Directions to Whitney Community Park:
Starting at Bridlewood Drive, follow Wildcat Blvd. north to the first stoplight at Whitney Ranch Parkway. Parking is available to the north off Wildcat Blvd. and to the east off Whitney Ranch Parkway. The Rocklin Parks and Recreation Department office number is 916.625.5200.


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