Permit Information - FOLSOM FILM OFFICE


Folsom welcomes visitors with wonderful recreational opportunities, excellent dining experiences, and a wide variety of shopping destinations. The crystal clear waters of the American River feed into Folsom Lake, providing fresh water for the region and endless opportunities for water sports or quiet contemplation. Miles of biking and jogging trails wind through Folsom’s neighborhood greenbelts, connecting to the American River Bike Trail, which extends all the way to the Golden State’s capital city, Sacramento. Features of interest in the City’s Civic Center include the Folsom Community Center, the Folsom Public Library, the Gallery at 48 Natoma, the Folsom Senior Center, sports fields, a picnic area and gazebo, and more. The animals at the adjacent Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary charm and educate youngsters and the young at heart. >>>>

Type: Regional Film Office

McAlea, Mary Ann
Sr Vice President, Folsom Tourism Bureau
200 Wool Street, Folsom, CA 95630
916.985.2698 x 26 phone 1
916.337.7881 mobile
916.985.4117 fax


The California Film Commission (CFC) coordinates with the over 60 Regional Film Offices to help promote and facilitate filming throughout California. Regional Film Office Partners support productions that wish to film in a local region. They operate as part of their jurisdiction's chamber of commerce, county, city, or convention and visitors bureau. Regional Film Office Partners have a knowledge of production and will coordinate film location activities when a production company wishes to film in their area. We recommend that your first call should be to the local Regional Film Office Partner. It could save you a lot of time, money, and energy. // updated 7.16.14 eg / 9.21.15 / 12.11.2015 lb / 12.20.2016 lb / 4.16.2018 / 11.30.2018 / 11.27.2019 / 4.22.2020 lm

2 Locations

Location ID Address
Folsom Lake State Recreation Area (SRA) 1668 7806 Folsom-Auburn Road, Folsom, CA
Folsom Lake, Browns Ravine 1653 7806 Folsom-Auburn Road, Folsom, CA