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October 15, 2017
Category: Tourist Attractions

Yuba City rests just north of the California state capitol, Sacramento. Yuba City is a growing metropolitan area that has a small town feel. The Feather River borders the east side of Yuba City while the western side borders the Sutter Buttes, which is known as the smallest mountain range in the world. Yuba City is host to many annual cultural celebrations to honor the diversity of its residents through music, food, and art from around the world. The Yuba-Sutter area boasts the largest Punjabi and Sikh populations outside of India.

Fun in the Sun in Yuba City:

Visitors to Yuba City that are looking for family-fun should be sure to visit Gauche Aquatic Park. This award-winning swimming and play extravaganza offers visitors an Aquatic Park with three pools, a twenty-five-foot waterslide, a 25×25 yard 10-lap competitive pool, a “sprayground,” and an activity pool. This beautiful facility also features a 10,000 square foot building with an indoor reception area. Gauche Park offers a picnic area with barbecues, climbing boulders, horseshoe pits and a playground suitable for children ages 2-12. To learn more about Gauche Aquatic Park visit:

In search of History:

If you are looking for the history of the area, then The Community Memorial Museum is recommended. This local museum has preserved the history of the people and the area through exhibits and public programs. The museum was established in 1975 and inspires visitors as it shines a light on the areas rich cultural heritage. You can learn more about the museum here:

Stay at Bonanza Inn Yuba City:

When visiting Yuba City, the Bonanza Inn is your best choice when looking for affordable modern accommodations in proximity to the most popular attractions in the area. Gauche Park is 1.3 miles, 7 minutes from Bonanza Inn, and the Community Memorial Museum is .8 miles, 4 minutes away from the Bonanza Inn. Book direct at for the lowest rates.