Stockton is located in northern California, in the San Joaquin Valley. Maybe not everyone knows this city exists, but if you prefer to road-trip across United states, you will surely find out about it soon enough. Let’s find out some of the things Stockton has to offer to those who stop here.
Top 3 places to see
These woods appeared in This is Spinal Tap movie.They usually promote these woods as the local fairyland. You can easily recognize these woods by some rainbow gates.
Bob Hope Theatre
You have to pay a visit to this theatre if only for its Art Deco style seen on the columns and walls. The lobby is big, round, and has some stars leading to the theatre’s balcony. This theatre has been restore with the community’s help.
Art and history lovers should really stop by this museum. The exhibits date back to the 19th and 20th centuries. The museum itself was built in 1931 and you can admire its architecture as well.
Top 3 things to do
The Miracle Mile is one of the best places to go shopping at. Most, if not all, businesses here are family owned and operated. This shopping center remains loyal to its community.
This festival is held on the last weekend of April, and you should attend it if you’re in town. You will have 3 days filled with music, drinks, and foods. Many boot vendors hold raffles that can bring you all sorts of free goodies.
Attend a baseball game
Stockton Ports Baseball Team is the local baseball team. their home stadium is the Banner Island Ballpark that can accommodate 5,000 people. Watch out for the games played by the minor league baseball team founded in 1886.