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Located 90 minutes east of San Francisco, Stockton is a taste of Old California mixed with the vibrancy of an active events scene, diverse population and unexpected attractions. Savor its rich agricultural roots at year-round farmers’ markets, fruit stands and wineries. From April to October, the calendar is full of festivals and special events including the Stockton Asparagus Festival, the colorful Cambodian New Year Celebration and St. Basil’s Greek Festival. Stockton is a hidden gem of the San Francisco Bay Area, offering affordable accommodations and a central location – not to mention nearly perfect weather all year long.
Monks at Wat Dhammararam Cambodian Buddhist Temple invite visitors to browse the temple’s grounds free of charge to see the more than 90 hand-carved, bejeweled and painted statues that tell the story of Buddha and the Cambodian faith.
There are two university campuses that are lovely to visit. At California State University Stanislaus, walk the 1.6-kilometer University Park Discovery Trail and marvel at hundreds of flowers and messages of peace at the World Peace Rose Garden. University of the Pacific is the oldest chartered university in California. The mature trees and brick buildings, reminiscent of East Coast Ivy League schools, have served as a backdrop for Hollywood films including the Indiana Jones series’ “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and “Kingdom of the Crystal Skull”.
The waterfront along the San Joaquin Delta waterway and adjacent downtown Stockton are home to some of the city’s most popular attractions. Watch the Stockton Ports play minor league baseball at Banner Island Ballpark or cheer for the Stockton Heat hockey team at the Stockton Arena. Catch a concert or a movie at the Bob Hope Theatre. Built in 1930, it’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is full of vintage details.
The Haggin Museum, an impressive brick building located in midtown, holds the largest collection of work by J.C. Leyendecker, whose iconic illustrations graced more than 300 covers of the “Saturday Evening Post.” Families can enjoy wholesome fun at the Children’s Museum of Stockton or Pixie Woods Amusement Park.