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Flights from San Diego to Stockton
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Airports in San Diego
The city of San Diego is served by the San Diego International Airport (formerly known as Lindbergh Field). This airport is situated at a distance of around 4.8 kilometers away from the San Diego city center, California, U.S.A. It offers passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations. These include Vancouver, Toronto, Baltimore, Los Angeles, Austin, London, Tokyo, Salt Lake City, New York, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Denver, San Francisco, and more. Passengers can easily commute to and from the airport using taxis, rental cars, ride share, shuttles, and bikes.
Stockton is a city in the San Joaquin Valley in California. It is located on the San Joaquin Delta and ranks as the world's most inland natural port. It was founded in 1849 and was the first community in California whose name was not derived from any Spanish or Native American name. The city experienced its trademark seaport during the mid-19th century and it serves as a gateway to the Central Valley and regions beyond it for trade and transportation. Visitors can enjoy Stockton’s extensive symphony and opera scene, and can compound their happiness by attending the Asparagus Festival, Sa Joaquin International Film Festival and Stockton Festival of Lights and Boat Parade. These festivals take place in April, February and December respectively.
Things to do in Stockton
Opened in 1931, the Haggin Museum is a top-notch art museum and local history museum in Stockton. It is home to a remarkable range of paintings, historical artifacts, photographs, ledgers, journals and letters. The Haggin Museum also has a library of about 10000 volumes. Those
Looking for artworks can rejoice among the largest regional collection of Albert Bierstadt paintings and illustrations by J. C. Leyendecker.
The Bob Hope Theatre in Downtown Stockton was built in 1930. It was one of only two ‘movie palaces’ in the Central Valley then but has now evolved into a massive 2042 seats live theatre. Two star attractions here include its mosaic floor (which is made of marbles that were imported from Italy) and a 1928 Robert Morton theater organ.
Oak Grove Regional Park
The Oak Grove Regional Park is a famous 180-acre park situated in a beautiful oak-forest near Stockton. It is best known for its Oak Grove Lake, which is a beautiful lake populated by fish species like catfish and trout. Also of note here is the Oak Grove Nature Center that offers multiple exhibits related to the flora and fauna native to the park.
Best Time to fly to Stockton
The best time to fly to Stockton is during the spring and summer seasons that together run from March to June. The temperature varies from 60 to 88 deg F and since the city is situated along a river, it makes for a perfect spring break destination in March. Stockton also has a vivid agricultural identity and food enthusiasts can enjoy the freshest produces during this time of the year.