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Getting Here

Stockton is centrally located in Northern California.

Stockton is conveniently located in Northern California and can be reached via the north and south on Interstate 5 or State Highway 99. Highways 12, 4, 26, and 88 offer east and west access to Stockton.

Our Visit Stockton offices are located in Downtown Stockton near the cinema plaza at 125 Bridge Place, 2nd Floor.

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By Boat:
Stockton is connected by 1,000 miles of waterways that reach all the way to the Pacific Ocean. There re many marinas in thew area, and you can even take your boat right into the Downtown Stockton Marina.

By Air:
At the Stockton Metropolitan Airport, Allegiant Air offers non-stop service, round trip flights, and complete vacation packages to Las Vegas, Nevada and Phoenix-Mesa, Arizona and San Diego, California. United Airlines now offer flights to Los Angeles. The airport is serviced by Lyft and other local taxi companies. Rental cars are available too.

The next three next closest airports, with expanded country and international flight options, are Sacramento International Airport (58 miles), Oakland International Airport (65 miles) and San Francisco International Airport (84 miles).

By Train:
Amtrak’s Stockton Station is located in Central Stockton, just south of the Crosstown (Rte 4) Freeway on San Joaquin Street. It is one of the oldest stations on the San Joaquin Route. The station is fully staffed for all train and Amtrak Motor Coach connections.

Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) in Stockton is ready to make a difference in your life. With four daily round trips to the East and South Bay there’s no need to grind along in weekday traffic. Why take ACE? For a bunch of good reasons:

By Bus:
Greyhound provides service to Stockton. For fare and schedule information, call 800-843-2121 or see their website at www.greyhound.com . The bus station is currently running out of the San Joaquin Regional Transit District Downtown Transit Center at 421 E. Weber Ave.

By Local Transportation:
The San Joaquin Regional Transit District, the Regional Transit Provider for San Joaquin County, provides public transit services in the Stockton Metropolitan Area, as well as Intercity, Interregional, and Rural Transit Services countywide. To get from North Stockton to Downtown Stockton try the Metro Express. For information call 209-943-1111 or 800-HOW-2-RIDE or www.sanjoaquinrtd.com .

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