Barn is part of a lovely 2.75 acre, private park
located near the south banks of the American River in Sacramento
and owned by the College Greens East Homeowners’ Association.
This property, including the historic horse barn, was originally
part of a horse ranch owned by Mr. Samuel Henry Cowell. The
barn housed his stable of race horses including the famous
horse named Crawford, the namesake of this community facility.
2715 Tiber Drive
Sacramento, CA 95826
The general area
is rich in history. It was originally inhabited by the Nisenan
Indians, part of the Maidu Tribe, who occupied the drainage
of the American, Bear and Yuba rivers. Early western settlement
of this area included the nearby John Sutter's Gristmill Park.
This beautifully renovated barn within a quiet, tree-shaded
park, provides a beautiful and unique setting for a wide variety
of social functions. The facility includes a kitchen, bar
area, bride's or family dressing room, restrooms and tables
Interested in learning more about Crawford's Barn? Orientation starts promptly at 7pm every Thursday night with a viewing and questions to follow. Doors close at 8pm.
There will be no Orientation on May 29th.