El Dorado Hills is a suburb of Sacramento, the State Capital of California, in the United States. It is situated in El Dorado County, 22 miles east Sacramento’s central business district. This community was settled during the gold rush, hence the name and was part of the Sierra Nevada Goldfields. The historic town of Clarksville is incorporated into what is now the El Dorado Hills municipality. The town is located near the beautiful Folsom Lake.
As a small suburb, the community of El Dorado Hills is linked to the nearby Sacramento economy. Local corporations include Sutter Health, Blue Diamond Growers, Aerojet, Teichert, and The McClatchy Company. Top employers in the area include the State of California, Sacramento County, UC Davis Health System, and Kaiser Permanente. There are many options for companies looking for executive office space in the area surrounding El Dorado Hills.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Things to see and do include Old Sacramento, which is located within thirty minutes’ drive from El Dorado Hills. ‘Old Sac’ is the oldest part of the town, next to Sutter’s Fort. There are many restored historic buildings, cobbled streets, and historic steam trains and paddle steamers that offer rides. Folsom lake and the nature areas that surround it are the perfect setting for outdoor leisure activities. Dining options in El Dorado Hills include Sienna Restaurant, Bistro 33, Bamiyan Afghan Restaurant, and Pete’s Restaurant & Brewhouse. The Purple Place Bar & Grill is a local favorite known for their Clam Chowder, made using a secret recipe.
The closest major airport to El Dorado Hills, California is Sacramento International Airport. This airport is in Sacramento, California and is 41 miles from the center of El Dorado Hills. The U.S Route 50 or Lincoln Freeway runs past the town, making it an ideal location for drivers.