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Whitney Oaks is a tranquil master-planned community located in Rocklin, California about 25
miles northeast of Sacramento. The community is close to commercial businesses, Galleria
Roseville is just minutes away.

Whitney Oaks consists of about 5,000 residents and 1,877 homes. Home styles vary among the
several gated villages, offering properties to suit everyone’s needs. Homes are situated among
the rolling hills and groves of oak trees that characterize the region. It was this natural beauty
together with agricultural opportunities that inspired a famous Placer County resident, Joel
Parker Whitney, to give up his search for gold and become a rancher instead.

The Whitney Oaks Golf Club anchors the community, which features a 6,800-yard privately
owned course designed by Johnny Miller that combines a challenging layout with the natural
beauty of the Sierra-Nevada foothills. In addition to the golf course, there are many recreational
opportunities within the community. These include recreation centers, parks and hiking trails
within the community. And, nearby State Park recreational opportunities are available at the
Auburn and Folsom Lake State Recreation Areas. State Park quality interpretive experiences
can be found in nearby Sacramento at the Old Sacramento, Leland Stanford and Sutter’s Fort
State Historic Parks, the California State Railroad Museum, and the California State Capitol

Today, appreciation for the surrounding natural environment is an important part of Whitney
Oaks, which is home to a variety of wildlife. It is not uncommon to see wild turkeys, hawks,
pheasants, geese, deer, fox, and coyotes wandering the community’s open space, with beaver
dams in the myriad creeks throughout the area.

The Whitney Oaks Community Association is governed by an elected five member Board of
Directors from the community.
The Management Trust - Kocal Division assists the Board with
the day to day management of the Association.