, is one of the most unique and diverse destinations in Northern California and is alive in history and rich with events, dining experiences and activities. Renowned for lively festivals, annual events and a thriving downtown waterfront, there is always something to do in Stockton and the surrounding San Joaquin County region. Spend the day exploring the historic Miracle Mile, shopping at unique boutiques or cruising the California Delta directly from the downtown marina. Plenty of farms and wineries surround Stockton for a bounty of fresh produce and amazing Lodi, California, wines. When it’s time to rest, take your pick of one of many restful hotels to recharge.
"I can’t say enough good things about the staff at Visit Stockton. They went out of their way to help the U.S. Twirling Association in every possible facet as we prepared for the event. They are very knowledgeable and attentive to the needs of their clients.”
–Sandi Wiemers, U.S. Twirling Association National Championships
Stockton Arena is called the gem of downtown Stockton. Built in 2005, the arena is the home venue for AHL’s Stockton Heat. The arena has hosted a wide range of events, from concerts to national championships for sports events.
Jim Johnson, Director of Booking
Banner Island Ballpark
Banner Island Ballpark in downtown Stockton is home to the Stockton Ports: a minor league, advanced-A baseball team and affiliate of the Oakland Athletics. This scenic ballpark sits on downtown Stockton’s waterfront, making baseball season a unique and lively time.
Bryan Meadows, Assistant General Manager