William Land Park, frequently referred to as simply "Land Park" is a major city park in Sacramento, California. The park is located between Interstate 5 and State Route 160.
Children leaving a pumpkin ride in Fairytale Town, 1963
William Land was a pioneer who built the Western Hotel at the NE corner of 2nd and K St in 1875 (California Historical Landmark #601). There is an elementary school named after him. He is buried in a Greek temple mausoleum within East Lawn Memorial Park in Sacramento. William Land was a founder of the East Lawn Memorial.
There are several city attractions located within the park including:
- The Sacramento Zoo
- Fairytale Town, a park which has play equipment designed to represent articles from various fairy tales and nursery rhymes (there is a small admission fee).
- The William Land Golf Course 
- Funderland, a small park with several carnival like rides primarily for very young children.
"Land Park" can also refer to the surrounding neighborhood.
William Land Park was mentioned in Sir Mix-A-Lot's 1992 rap song "A Rapper's Reputation".
The entrance to Funderland in Land Park
A dragon thrill ride for kids at Funderland
The Entrance to Fairytale Town at Land Park
A slide at Fairytale Town in Land Park
Coordinates: 38°32′27″N 121°29′57″W / 38.5408°N 121.4993°W