About Granite Bay
Located next to Folsom Lake, which is one of the area’s most popular recreation areas, Granite Bay, CA is home to people who want to be able to experience the outdoors and live in upscale homes and neighborhoods. Homes and land are at a premium and lots are hard to find.
Schools are high achieving and families choose to live in Granite Bay to have access to the schools. Kindergarten to eighth grade students attend Eureka Union School District schools and ninth through twelfth grade students attend Granite Bay High School which is in the Roseville Joint Union School District. See all the schools in Granite bay HERE
Near Granite Bay High School is Feist Park with youth soccer, lacrosse, baseball and football fields. There is a community park at Douglas and Barton Road and at Cavitt Middle School.
The Granite Bay Country Club is a certified Audubon International Signature Sanctuary. The championship golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and Kyle Phillips.
The community has a population of approximately 22,000 residents, is 25 square miles in size, and is in Placer County in Northern California.