I got cousins out there. I remember a bunch of billboards about it being the city with the most trees in the country. We went to "Old Sacramento" and it felt like I beat Oregon Trail-- but in real life. Wouldn't recommend.
I travel to Sacramento for work and the area is nice. There is a good ammount of Black people there and I always frequent the Black owned resturants out there, like Colo's, Gumbo Shack, Slim & Husky and Oak Park Brewing Co (Beer Company)
I'm originally from Fresno, and the whole Central Valley of California-- Bakersfield, Fresno, Stockton, Sacramento-- gets trashed for decades. Theses are inland big cities that are more Midwest like in nature are a big contrast to the heavyweights along the coast -LA, The Bay Area, San Diego, etc. These cities hugging the Pacific ocean have the weather, beaches, tourism, industry, fortune 500 companies, pro sports teams, etc. The Central Valley isn't on television and not in movies like their more popular big brothers & sisters along the coast. They're the b*stard stepchilden of the state. But low key the CV cities are growing like crazy theses days as a lot of people can't afford The Bay & LA anymore. If they're not moving to Texas, Phoenix, or the south, they're moving to Bakersfield, Fresno, and Sac.