Golf Courses in Stockton, CA | French Camp Golf Course

French Camp Golf Course

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3919 French Camp Rd
Manteca, CA 95336
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Premier Businesses in Stockton, CA

Brookside Country Club
  • • 72 Par Course
  • • 18 Holes Of Amazing Golf
  • • Course Rating Of 725
(209) 956-6200
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The Reserve at Spanos Park
  • • 18-Hole Championship Course
  • • Features Seven Lakes
  • • Par Of 72
(209) 477-4653
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Things To Do in Stockton, CA

The Haggin Museum The Haggin Museum

Sometimes, art is best appreciated by just wandering from one exhibit to another and letting the visual impact of the work take hold of your senses. That is exactly what you can expect at Stockton's Haggin Museum. Featuring a balance between art and historic pieces, the Haggin does an impressive job of spotlighting the work of many notable American and European artists. The venue also encourages individual artistic expression with its many classes and seminars that are designed to deepen every visitor's appreciation and love for art.

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Weber Point Events Center Weber Point Events Center

Experience an interesting display of Stockton's history when you visit Weber Point. This particular site was the first residence of Charles M. Weber, who was the founder of Stockton. This area is now the Weber Point Events Center which is a 9.7-acre area and attraction that features the Great Circle, a plaza, an amphitheater as well as a children's play area with interactive water features. Several large musical events and shows are staged here throughout the year.

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Magnolia Historic District Magnolia Historic District

Take a leisurely self-guided walking tour of Stockton's first historic district when you explore the Magnolia Historic District. This is not only a multidimensional history lesson of the city, but it also offers a chance to see some highly detailed and impressively constructed architecture. Some of the styles you'll see include Queen Anne, Eastlake, Bungalow, Craftsman, and Spanish Revival. These homes and buildings date back to the 1860s and the area still thrives thanks to the city's successful efforts at rehabilitation, restoration and adaptive reuse. The area is bounded by Harding Way, California Street, Park Street and El Dorado Street.

 
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