- Our list of the best things to do in Stockton, California, features the top 135 nearby activities — including 44 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Stockton, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Sports & Fitness, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 22 things to do within the city of Stockton, CA , followed by 113 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lodi, Tracy, Manteca, Brentwood, Oakley, Modesto, Discovery Bay, Sacramento, Sonoma, Joshua Tree and Oakdale
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.
The prominent Sacramento Zoo is one of California's largest and most diverse zoos. It features domestic and exotic animals, including many extremely rare, endangered species on the brink of extinction. The Sacramento Zoo welcomes large an small groups and is open throughout the year.
William Land Park is a great place for a day out with family. The park is well-maintained and spacious with the Sacramento Zoo located nearby. There is also a golf course, an amphitheater, a Fairy Tale Town and Funderland with exciting rides and activities for kids.
At Travis Air Force Base, visitors can attend air shows to watch pilots from The Thunderbirds pull tricks and maneuvers with their planes. Visitors can also explore the aerial museum to learn about the history of airplanes.
96% 224 votes
1250 Pine Street, Ste 103, Walnut Creek, CA 94596 MoreLess Info
All-Outdoors California Whitewater Rafting – Day Trips located in provides an outdoor adventure on 10 of California's best and most exciting rivers. Tours can be 1 to 4 days long, each tailored to the party experience desired.
87% 68 votes
18012 Bollinger Canyon Road, San Ramon, CA 94583 MoreLess Info
Managed by the East Bay Parks District, Las Trampas Regional Wildnerness caters mainly to hikers and horseback riders with its over 5,000 acres of marked and unmarked trails. The site also features picnic areas and a stable for boarding horses.