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Founded in 1849, Stockton is currently the 13th largest city in California with a dynamic, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural population of about 300,000. It is best known for its waterfront, cultural events, and festivals, and farms and farmers markets. It is situated along the San Joaquin Delta waterway which connects to the San Francisco Bay and the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers. Stockton is located 60 miles east of the San Francisco Bay Area, 83 miles east of San Francisco, and 45 miles south of Sacramento, the capital of California. While Stockton has an airport offering service to San Diego, Phoenix and Las Vegas, visitors usually fly in to Sacramento, Oakland or San Francisco. Visit Stockton Address: 125 Bridge Place, FL 2, Stockton, CA 95202 Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 4:30pm Phone: +1-877-778-6258 Internet: VisitStockton.org Email: [email protected]
Escape the ordinary with a visit to Fresno County. Located in the heart of the Central Valley, Fresno County is the fifth largest city in California with the luxury of a big city but the ease of a small town. With a wide variety of activities, dining, and nightlife options Fresno County is a popular destination for tourists of all ages. From the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains to the vibrant colors of the Fresno County Blossom and Fruit Trail, to the rich art and culture in the downtown area, visitors will get to see the unique beauty of the Central Valley has to offer. But the amazing sights and scenery aren’t the only things to be in awe about. Visitors can also taste the delicious local cuisine, breweries and wineries. Being one of the most productive agricultural areas in the world make it possible for visitors to dine on cuisine made from ingredients produced by local family owned farms. Wine and craft brewers will enjoy wine and beer tasting throughout Fresno County’s very own wine country. For a truly unique experience, come stay and play in California’s year-round playground.
We're proud of our rich cowboy heritage! Come to Oakdale to get a taste of the Old West through our restaurants, quaint shops and unique events.
Nestled in the peaceful rolling hills just west of Sacramento Valley—an hour from San Francisco, and within minutes of the Napa and Sonoma wine countries, Vacaville is one of Northern California’s hidden gems. Go hiking in lovely Lagoon Valley, which offers great views of the city and beyond. Explore historic downtown Vacaville, or find a new favorite vintage at one of the first-class vineyards and wineries in neighboring Suisun Valley. Shoppers and diners can choose from hundreds of stores and restaurants, both national chains and locally owned favorites. Treat yourself to vibrant performing and visual arts, or visit one of Vacaville's many seasonal farm stands for fresh local goodies- the possibilities are endless in Vacaville!
Madera County is known as “California’s Gateway to Yosemite”. But more than providing the most popular route to the iconic national park, its small towns offer numerous attractions and activities that make for the perfect vacation. Start your journey along Highway 99 at the Fossil Discovery Center in Chowchilla. See the fossilized remains of Colombian Mammoths and other massive animals that once roamed the San Joaquin Valley over 700,000 years ago. Visit the award winning, family-owned wineries of the Madera Wine Trail. Many of the regions restaurants specialize in locally-grown, seasonal foods. Coarsegold, located along the Yosemite Highway 41, is home to Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino and hosts popular events such as the Coarsegold Tarantula Festival and Coarsegold Rodeo. Oakhurst, being the largest foothill community, has a wide array of lodging and dining opportunities. Oakhurst is home to museums & art galleries, thrift & gift shops, brewery, winery, distillery, outdoor adventures and more. Bass Lake is known for fishing, watersports, hiking, mountain biking, shopping, and excellent lakeside dining. Lodging options include camping, cabins, vacation rentals, and full service resorts and marinas. North Fork features the 100-mile trek along the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway which takes you through spots like Mile High Overlook and the Nelder Grove of Giant Sequoias and is a beloved spot to camp, hike, and explore. Just before Yosemite’s south gate entrance, you’ll find the small town of Fish Camp home of the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad, a historic steam train, museum & gold panning.
When you visit Modesto, you will be delighted to discover a vibrant, diverse destination. With world class attractions and exceptional arts and entertainment, Modesto is known as the art and cultural hub of the Central Valley. Check out the historic State Theatre, originally opened in 1934 or the state-of-the-art Gallo Center for the Arts, which showcase internationally renowned performers and productions. The Gallo Center is also home to the local symphony, opera, ballet, Modesto Community Concert Association and Modesto Performing Arts. If art is your passion, stroll the tree lined streets on the third Thursday of the month at the downtown Art Walk. Explore Modesto’s enduring obsession with classic cars. Visitors can enjoy car shows, a June parade with over 1400 classic cars and hot rods, or walk the historic Graffiti Cruise Route, where Modesto native, George Lucas wrote about his high school days cruising in the popular movie “American Graffiti.” Modesto offers an amazing array of locally sourced cuisine, boundless recreation and spirited nightlife. Savor the tastes of our farmers markets, locally grown products and one of the few whiskey distilleries in the Central Valley. From fine fare, micro-breweries, a variety of live music, museums and festivals, Modesto has something for everyone! Visit Modesto! Address: 1000 L Street, Modesto, CA 95354 Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm Phone: (209) 526-5588 Internet: www.visitmodesto.com Email: [email protected]
Bakersfield is a city of festivals where there always seems to be one going on: from mac and cheese to menudo, bluegrass to jazz, Greek to Scottish, Celtic to Basque, and craft beer to wine. Experience the famous “Bakersfield Sound” at Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace, regularly nominated as Nightclub of the Year by the Academy of Country Music. Explore the Bakersfield Museum Trail, a driving tour that connects four unique and family-friendly museums. Check out Bakersfield’s thriving art scene and First Friday Art Walk downtown. Indulge yourself at one of Bakersfield’s unique and memorable food experiences at one of the many Basque, authentic Mexican or Mediterranean restaurants. And don’t forget the local microbreweries when you want to cap your unbeatable visit to Bakersfield.
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