, you’ll learn—rather quickly—that the town is known for its stunning bridges, the 32-mile American River Bike Trail that connects the town to Sacramento, and its prison. Even though only about 2,000 of its 77,000 residents are currently behind bars at Folsom State Prison, Folsom has really “cashed” in on the fact that a certain folk-country music god put them on the map when he sang the blues there in 1968. [Ed note: We are very sorry for this pun, but not nearly enough to excise it.] Upon first glance, Folsom appears to be not much more than an insulated suburb graced by a robust outlet mall, a small but lively historical district (along Sutter Street), and, according to Yelp, apparently the best bakery in California , an establishment named BJ Cinnamon.
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