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Clear throughout the day.
Lat37° 57' 11.88''
Lon-121° 19' 15.6''
The City of Stockton is one of California's fastest growing communities. Stockton is currently the 13th largest city in California with a population of over 260,000. It is situated along the San Joaquin Delta Waterway, which connects to the San Francisco Bay and the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers. Stockton is located 60 miles east of the San Francisco Bay Area, 83 miles east of San Francisco, and 45 miles south of Sacramento, the capital of California.
The City is undergoing a tremendous economic expansion and is aggressively revitalizing its downtown. Projects in the downtown area along the waterfront include an indoor arena, baseball stadium, hotel, apartments, retail, and housing. The arena hosts four major sports teams: California Cougars Soccer, Stockton Thunder Hockey, Stockton Lightning Arena2 Football, and the Stockton Ports Minor Baseball Team. Stockton is also constructing retail and entertainment centers at the gateways of the city.
Stockton also has outstanding recreational opportunities. Stockton is within close proximity to world famous scenic attractions including the California Coast, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park. The community offers many local recreational opportunities such as professional sports teams, an Olympic-size ice rink, and the Delta, which provides thousands of miles of waterways for water skiing, sailing and other water activities. There are also many opportunities to enjoy music, theater, dance, literary events, and other cultural and entertainment activities throughout the year. The City has its own symphony and opera company and hosts the popular Asparagus Festival annually.
[i]Information Courtesy City of Stockton[/i]
Use NOAA Chart 18663.
If youve made it this far up the San Joaquin River, youre probably pretty good at navigating the twisty bends of the river system by now, so we will concentart on getting you into the port of Stockton.
From Ward Cut, just east of Medford Island, follow the Stockton Deep Water Channel to the southeast. As the name implies, the route is deep and well-marked all the way into Stockton.