6. Point of Interest
When it comes to have access to beautiful, modern, and equipped facilities for both large and small reunions and events, the City of Stockton has plenty. Some of these spaces include: Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium, Weber Point Events Center, Dean DeCarli Waterfront Plaza, Janet Leigh Plaza, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Victory Park Rose Garden, Mobile Stage (a portable special event stage that can be rented for events and productions such as concerts, recreation programs, and community shows).
Art, Music and Theater can be enjoyed at the Stockton Arena, Stockton Ballpark, Bob Hope Theatre, and at the Oak Park Ice Arena.
Children's Museum of Stockton features interactive exhibits, programming and workshops as a fun way to learn and discover.
Haggin Museum displays dozens of paintings by renowned 19th- and early 20th-century American and European artists, including:
- Jean Béraud;
- Rosa Bonheur;
- William Bouguereau;
- Jean-Léon Gérôme;
- George Inness,
- Pierre-Auguste Renoir;
- Albert Bierstadt (panoramas of Yosemite Valley),
- J.C. Leyendecker.
The 63 parks located in Stockton, range from two-acre neighborhood sites to 64-acre community parks. Each one of them offer different amenities and services such as: picnic areas, football & soccer fields, assorted game courts, swimming pools, ball diamonds, tot lots, fountains, tennis courts and more.
Parks in the city include: the Pixie Woods Children's Playland and Stockton Skate Park.
For those who love golfing, the City of Stockton offers two 18-hole courses and a Par 3 Executive Course, plus a wide array of amenities for members.
Both courses have easy access to Interstate 5.
If you are moving to Stockton with your furry babies, you will able to entertaining them in three different dog parks:
1. Barkleyville Dog Park, located at 5505 Feather River Drive (just south of Fourteen Mile Slough), features: a big dog (over 20 lbs.) area; a small dog (20 lbs. and under) area; and a separate play/agility course, as well as other amenities such as benches, dog water fountains and waste bags.
2. Michael Faklis Park, located at 5250 Cosumnes Drive, has a special area dedicated to dogs.
3. P.E. Weston Park has also special area dedicated to dogs, and it is situated at the corner of EWS Woods Blvd and Ishi Goto Street.
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