Shingle Springs

Find luxurious gated equestrian facilities and luxury homes on plenty of acreage in the foothills of Gold Country.

Welcome to Shingle Springs 

Luxury equestrian homes on spacious hobby farms
Find luxurious gated equestrian facilities and luxury homes on plenty of acreage in the foothills of Gold Country. Only 40 miles from Sacramento, this prestigious rural neighborhood is known for its relaxed equestrian vibe. If you’ve always wanted to live on a pastoral farm, you will love the rustic appeal of Shingle Springs. 
Imagine waking up to rolling hills, quiet roads, and a pack of wild turkeys in your yard. Hikers, birdwatchers, and photographers appreciate the bounty of wildlife that will wander into your view. On any given day, you might see deer, turkey, rabbits, rare hummingbirds, and fascinating insects. 
After your morning coffee, go for a stroll around your neighborhood to discover sleek horses, chubby ponies, and other fascinating farm life. There are an average of 251 sunny days in Shingle Springs, so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy the outdoors. 
There is plenty to research for history buffs to conduct on rare rainy days. For example, Shingle Springs formed during the California Gold Rush, when the original “48ers” came from around the world to strike it rich in California gold, leading to the California Gold Rush of 1949

What to Love 

  • A quick commute to Sacramento or Folsom 
  • A short drive to outdoor activities like mountain biking and hiking 
  • Peaceful neighbors  
  • Many daycares available for youngsters 
  • Animal lovers welcome 

Local Lifestyle 

Shingle Springs has a dedicated equestrian community. You might see trail riders exploring on any given weekend, which is always delightful, even if you don’t ride. Traffic is minimal, other than the usual commuting times. Shingle Springs is a quiet and peaceful luxury community. Unlike other parts of California, most of the residents here are conservative.
Most homes in Shingle Springs sell with considerable acreage, and many are already fenced. If you have big dogs, llamas, or even peacocks, you’ll find yourself right at home.  

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Shingle Springs offers old-fashioned, small-town appeal. The nightlife is mellow; you won’t find raging nightclubs or a theater district. Instead, there are simple dining venues and more luxurious restaurants. 
The Breakroom restaurant offers traditional American fare in a casual setting. Diners enjoy burgers, onion rings, salads, and buffalo wings for lunch and dinner. 
At Foxwood Coffee & Tea, customers have their choice of steaming coffee beverages and hot teas. It’s the perfect place to enjoy mochas, chai drinks, and even an occasional glass of wine.  
The Red Hawk Casino offers guests everything you expect from a Las Vegas-style casino.
There’s a delicious buffet, fine restaurants for more formal dining, 24-hour gambling, and quality hotel rooms nearby. They also offer a non-smoking floor of machines for your gaming pleasure.  
Shingle Springs is also home to Lee’s Feed & Western Wear. That is where locals buy their riding gear and livestock supplies. For more luxurious shopping adventures, Shingle Springs residents head to nearby Sacramento. You’ll find many luxury brands there, like Kate Spade New York and Louis Vuitton. 

Things to Do 

The Shingle Springs Community Center hosts concerts all summer and every New Year’s Eve. There’s also an annual music festival and car show that brings classic auto enthusiasts from all over Northern California. You also can find several farms in the area and historical venues dedicated to the gold rush. 


Shingle Springs offers outstanding public and private education opportunities.
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