Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
118 N. Cherokee Ln.
Lodi, CA 95240
Phone: (209) 367-4848
Fax: (209) 367-4898
Popularly known as the Mission Arch, the Lodi Arch is said to be an extinct examples of the remains of the Spanish Revival. This beautifully designed arch was a stunning entrance to the grounds of the Tokay Carnival, the first ever Lodi Grape Festival. consisting of a height of 40 feet, this arch is significantly an important structure in Lodi.
Lodi Lake Park is a beautiful jewel of nature that combines the versatility of a park with the placidity of a lake. Visitors come here from near and far to explore the tranquil surroundings which houses a multitude of rare species and animals. Walk to the edge of the park and you will be able to glimpse the calm beauty cocooning the surroundings. The park doubles up as an event venue as well. So you will be able to witness a whole range of local, community and even cultural events taking place here from time to time. The lake, perched on the edge of the park dazzles locals and tourists alike. Go boating, swimming, kayaking or take a well-informed tour with one of the guides at your disposal. Contact the park for more details on current and upcoming events.
Vino Piazza (literally translated as wine plaza) is a winery complex. It is a cluster of wineries housed in the same building. Wine tasting rooms, individual courtyards and different wine houses here attract tourists from all over. The main wineries include Stama Winery, The Coliseum, Boitano Family Wines, Pasos Vineyards and Watts Family. While touring this place, one can see that certain elements from the older distillery like the huge barrels are still retained, giving you the feel of an ancient winery. At Vino Piazza, you can sample different varieties of wine at reasonable tasting fees. Visitors can also check out the various aspects of wine-making and buy fine wines at discounted rates. So go ahead and savor first-class wines.
A trip to Angel Cruz Park is a great outing for the whole family. Feature some awesome restaurants and food stands as well as tennis courts and a baseball diamond, this park provides entertainment for everyone.
Margaret K. Troke Branch Library has been Stockton's most popular reading room for several decades. Located on West Benjamin Holt Drive, it also features a decent collection of movie DVDs and music CDs. Visitors can also avail several programs for free.
Swenson Park Golf features several course, all covering over 1,000 yards (914.4 meters) in length. The different courses are for varying levels of expertise. Each course has a panoramic landscape with hazards like water hazards and the Valley oaks, to challenge the players.
George H. Clever Planetarium is situated within the San Joaquin Delta College. Through a plethora of visual effects and advanced projection techniques, it recreates the day and night sky as well as the surface of the earth, providing a realistic, three-dimensional experience. Through technologies such as Magic Planet that help in simulation, this planetarium provides a comprehensive view of myriad natural phenomenon of the universe. The local astronomer Jose Hernandez too has been actively involved with its working.
Venetian Gardens Golf Course is a great course for a quick game of the beloved sport. This 27-par scenic range comprises of 9 holes and serves for a great game for both amateurs as well as professionals.
Oak Park is a scenic recreational area in Stockton. Nestled on East Alpine Avenue, this beautiful park is home to a well-maintained ice arena. With its shaded pavilions, the park also remains an idyllic picnic spot.
William Knox Holt Memorial Library is a part of the historic University of the Pacific. The university dates back to the year 1851 and was originally called California Wesleyan College. The library is located on Pacific Avenue and boasts of an extensive selection of books and research material.
Valley Brewing Company is a lively place which is known for its delicious beers and great atmosphere. It is also popular as a sports bar and the crowd is mostly young singles. It has a patio area where smoking is permitted. The food is good and not very expensive. The place also arranges for private events and conferences. For more details, please see the website.
The Cathedral of the Annunciation can be entered from the Rose Street as well as the West Magnolia Street. The Rose Street entrance gives you the pleasure of climbing the beautiful limestone stairs as you enter inside this might Gothic cathedral. The chapel is vast and is lined with wonderful wooden pews, the ceilings are high and dome shaped and the alter is graced with intricate carvings, sunlight pours in generously through the stained glass windows. The structure is such that it will leave an impression on you forever. This is an angelic setting for a wedding or even for a baptism or just come here for one of their masses, you will not feel distracted even for a moment.