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Opened in 1954, Pixie Woods is an amusement park open during the warmer months of the year. Visitors commonly enjoy riding the historic train, playing on the carousel, or taking a trip on a paddle-wheel boat.
With baseball fields, soccer fields, and horseshoe play areas, Central Park provides a variety of entertainment opportunities to its visitors. The eight-acre park also has a large picnic site, designed for a total capacity of 100 people.
A fitness and racquet club, Diamond Hills Sports Club & Spa offers members a variety of amenities. It features a wide array of fitness classes, personal trainer services, child care, and state of the art equipment.
The Haggin Museum is a premier art and history museum of Stockton. The museum features various traveling exhibits as well permanent exhibits that include a 19th century art collection and information on prominent historical members of the towns past.
Located on the campus of Oakley's Freedom High School, the Freedom Swimming Pool offers both a shallow pool for children and casual bathers and a deeper pool that ranges from ten feet to 13 feet deep in the diving area.
An independent minor league baseball squad, Pittsburg Mettle Baseball offers baseball in a relaxed, community-centered atmosphere. The team is part of the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs, and plays at City Park Field.