- TripBuzz found 78 things to do with kids in or near Lodi, California, including 69 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Elk Grove, Stockton, Manteca and Discovery Bay.
- From Lodi Lake to Funtown Amusement Park at Micke Grove State Park, the Lodi area offers 96 different types of family activities, including: Amusement Parks (Kids), Movie Theaters, Science Museums and Camping Site.
- Offering an array of wine vineyards, Lodi is often called the 'Zinfandel Capital of the World'. Along with wine tastings and tours, this California town further offers a farmer's market, theater and museum. Lodi also hosts many annual events including a wine festival, crane festival and an annual holiday festival of trees.
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11707 N. Micke Grove Rd., Lodi, CA 95240 MoreLess Info
Located near the zoo, the Funtown Amusement Park at Micke Grove State Park features a Frisbee golf course and multiple playgrounds. The location features a variety of $2 rides, including a small roller coaster.
Tower Park Marina Resort is a Marina that provides an exclusive getaway bringing together RV and tent camping, cabins and lodges with boat enthusiasts alike. They offer a pavilion and swimming pool/SpaBoat, water sports, boat rentals and boat sales.
2 North Sacramento Street, Lodi, CA 95240 MoreLess Info
At the World of Wonders Science Museum you can experience a variety of hands-on exhibits that help you learn more about science. The museum also offers groups the opportunity to participate in field study trips too.
A 12-theater movie multiplex, Lodi Stadium 12 Cinemas shows a combination of first-run Hollywood movies and some art house and foreign films and special presentations. The theater features digital video and sound as well as stadium seating.
The Explore Stand Up Paddle Company is a stand up paddle board rental company that offers performance surfing, white-water paddling, and open-ocean racing boards. The company also provides paddle boarding lessons.
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.