William B. Pond recreation area is one of the most well established and popular parks along the river. Physically handicapped anglers can access the large, man-made fishing pond via a specialized fishing pier and ramp. Paved walking trails gently slope around the park, leaving no barrier between enjoyment of nature and every park visitor.
-This area was named after the first Regional Parks Director, William B. Pond
-Harold Richey Memorial Bridge connects this site with River Bend Park
-This park connects with the American River Bike Trail, and is an excellent spot to rest for a picnic lunch in the comfortable group picnic areas.
-Anglers and nature lovers will find much to do at William B. Pond. A large, man-made fishing pond stocked with trout and catfish and home to bass, bluegill, and tule perch will excite fishing enthusiasts.
-Educators and outdoorsy types will find many habitats to explore, from riparian (riverside) forests and warm ponds to fields and swift, chilly rapids.
5700 Arden Way, Carmichael, CA 95608
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE