About 15 miles outside Sacramento, Antelope, CA, is southwest of Roseville, CA. Learn more here.



Antelope started out as a tiny settlement of a few railroad workers in the late 1800’s.  As it grew to a population of about 400, it had a general store, a post office, and few houses.  One day a train was parked in Antelope and one of the cars was loaded with aircraft bombs.  For unknown reasons, the railcar exploded and tiny Antelope was literally destroyed.  

By the late 1980’s, Antelope was being rebuilt as a planned community and began to grow again.  So, if you are looking for a house to buy, you can be sure you won’t find any old houses in Antelope; none of them will be older than 1980. Learn more about Carmichael, CA:  Parks Everywhere.


City of Parks 

The new planned city of Antelope, CA, loves its parks.  We only have space to mention just a few. Tetotom Park has a playground and barbeques.  You can play sports on the tennis courts, volleyball court, and baseball diamond.  Pokelma Park has all the same amenities, plus a basketball court.  Lone Oak Park was able to have the regular playground, but also was able to add swings with handicap access. 

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