Living in Rocklin
Embrace a youthful community with a family oriented lifestyle. You’ll love living in Rocklin! The city meanders up and down hills sitting at the foot of the Sierra Nevadas. Rocklin is home to Sierra College and William Jessup University. Diverse recreational pursuits are found in parks, golfing, nearby hiking and proximity to abundant aquatic fun at Folsom Lake. The city has a wide variety of housing accommodations, shopping, businesses and places of employment. Rocklin homes provide good diversity in budget and style. The City of Rocklin does a great job of creating business and growth where families want to live. The population of 60,0000 is young with nearly a third under the age of 18, almost half aged 24-44 and less than 10% over the age of 44. The average selling price is around $470,000 with a range from $160,000 to $1M+. Custom homes line the Whitney Oaks golf course while others take advantage of the topography and afford desirable views of the Sierras to the East and the Buttes to the West.
Rocklin schools: Look up individual K-12 schools here.
Eating out in Rocklin
Rocklin offers up some great places that local love! Two favorites:
Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ is almost always packed for those who love Southern style grub and The Chef’s Table gets rave reviews for great casual food and great service!
There’s also lots of great restaurants nearby in bordering Roseville! Fat’s Asian Bistro, BJ’s, and California Pizza Kitchen are perennial favorites.
Living in Rocklin is all about enjoying the outdoors year round! There are many parks, hiking trails, and it’s close to Folsom Lake for outdoor aquatic activities. Even when the weather is damp, there’s still plenty of things to do right around town –
Studio Movie Grill – a movie theater offering an American grill with a full bar experience! Now where else could you get a beer or glass of wine with your popcorn?
Strikes Unlimited – a high end bowling alley and entertainment center is great for kids of all ages!
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