Stockton Community Information

Interstate 5, State Highway 99, the Stockton Metropolitan Airport and the Port of Stockton provide easy access to major cities surrounding Stockton. Union Pacific, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway and Amtrak all stop in Stockton and have lines connecting to other cities across the country. The Port of Stockton is an inland seaport serving cargo vessels.

Five major rivers feed the nearby California Delta, including the Sacramento River and the San Joaquin River. Boating, fishing and camping are major recreation activities of the area. There are more than 100 marinas and waterside resorts as well as quaint waterside restaurants for dining and grocery stores for picking up provisions before heading out on the water.

Downtown Stockton is San Joaquin County's primary cultural center. Stockton is host to a number of annual community events, including the San Joaquin County Fair, A Taste of Downtown, the annual Lobster Dinner and the Asparagus Festival. Adults and children enjoy access to several museums such as the Clever Planetarium and Earth Science Center and the Children's Museum of Stockton. Other cultural events include the Stockton Symphony, San Joaquin County Ballet and Stockton Civic Theater.

Sports enthusiasts appreciate that Stockton is home to the San Francisco 49ers' Summer Training Camp. Stockton's Farmer's Market is a popular community-gathering place to shop for all the fresh produce the Great Central Valley has to offer.

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