- TripBuzz discovered 98 different types of activities for couples in the Stockton area, including Theaters (like Historic Bob Hope Theatre), Movie Theaters (like Regal City Centre Stadium 16), Parks (like Victory Park) and Marinas (like Downtown Stockton Marina and Joan Darrah Promenade), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 109 date ideas in or near Stockton, California, including 91 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lodi, Tracy, Manteca and Brentwood.
Unfinished Business Tour with Tom Browne & Friends Modesto MoreLess Info
Funk, jazz, and R&B trumpeter Tom Browne plays hits from his prolific career, such as his 1980 No. 1 hit “Funkin’ for Jamaica (N.Y.)”
Stockton Indoor Sports Complex is open to the public most weekends and features a rink for roller derby, skating and hockey that also doubles as a volleyball court. The snack bar has a variety of food and drinks.
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445 West Weber Avenue, First Floor, Stockton, CA 95202 MoreLess Info
Locals and tourists alike enjoy strolling through the streets of Downtown Stockton Marina and the Joan Darrah Promenade. The marina and promenade feature boat rentals, special events throughout the year, dining options and various attractions.
Originally opened in 1970, the Oak Park Ice Skating Arena features an 85 x 200 foot ice surface with seating for 350 guests. The arena offers ice skating classes, open skate times, and rentals for private functions.
Oak Grove Regional Park has a disc golf course, a clubhouse, a 10 acre lake with paddle boats for rent, BBQ pits, picnic tables and plenty of open space. The large park also hosts varied festivals throughout the year.
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4105 N Wilson Way, Stockton, CA 95205 MoreLess Info
The Rusty Wallace Racing Experience - Stockton 99 Speedway features a ¼ mile short oval track with a 5,000-seat capacity. The location not only hosts races, but also offers visitors the chance to ride in a race car.
Located across 7.5 acres of open land, Noah Purifoy's Outdoor sculpture Museum showcases hundred of unique sculptures. The pieces on display are made with materials such as blown-out rubber tires, burnt wood and scrap metal.