- Our list of the best things to do in Lodi, California, features the top 109 nearby activities — including 42 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Lodi, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Sports & Fitness, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 33 things to do within the city of Lodi, CA , followed by 77 popular activities in nearby cities, including Elk Grove, Stockton, Manteca, Discovery Bay, Sacramento, Tracy, Brentwood, Oakley, Sonoma and Joshua Tree
Holly's Hill Vineyards offers special events through which guests can learn about the winemaking process. The location, which offers wine club memberships to its customers, produces Patriarche Blanc, Viognier, Grenache Noir, and Syrah wines.
35% 31 votes
9711 Dublin Canyon Road, Castro Valley, CA 94552 MoreLess Info
Moore's Pumpkin Patch & Christmas Trees is a family owned Christmas tree lot and pumpkin patch. Silver Tips, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Douglas Fir trees are available annually in a variety sizes, up to 20 feet tall.
Not only does the Town Hall Theatre hosts performances of various kinds, but it also offers special classes for children of all ages who wish to improve their skills. The business also offers private coaching lessons.
Located on 5,271 acres of parkland, the Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park is a public park that provides scenic views overlooking the local area. The park contains a number of nature trails commonly used by hikers, cyclists, and equestrian riders.
Placerville, California is home to the David Girard Vineyard, a fine winery most respected for its Rhone-style products. Tours of the winery and the estate are available, and visitors are welcome to enjoy picnics on the vineyard grounds.
90% 115 votes
Log Cabin Ravine Drive off Bedford Ave., Placerville, CA 95667 MoreLess Info
Pretend to be a miner at Hangtown's Gold Bug Park. Here, you can travel through a recreated mine shaft and learn about mining history. Great for kids and adults, but not for the claustrophobic.