Things To Do In Lodi

Up to 54% Off a Wine Tasting at E2 Family Winery

E2 Family Winery

Thornton

$38 $19

Sample wine from six generations of winemakers and take home several bottles to sip later

50% Off Wine-Tasting Experience

Weibel Family Vineyards and Winery

Lodi

$32 $16

Three generations of the Weibel family have overseen the vineyard, where they practice Old World winemaking techniques

44% Wine Tasting at Abundance Vineyard

Abundance Vineyard

Lodi

$36 $20

Taste up to five wines at this 50-year-old winery before taking home a bottle

Up to 44% Off Standup Paddleboard Rental

Headwaters Kayak Shop

Multiple Locations

$40 $25

Full-day rental that includes paddle & personal flotation device enables exploration of nearby Mokelumne River

Up to 61% Off Wine Tasting at Fields Family Wines

Fields Family Wines

Multiple Locations

$38 $16

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Wine tastings give customers a chance to try vintages such as the Old Vine zinfandel, tempranillo, and organically grown syrah

Up to 68% Off Classes at Inspired Fitness

Inspired Fitness

Lodi

$35 $15

Zumba classes burn calories with cardio and movement; Reign Dance combines a workout with worship music

Up to 58% Off Wine Tasting at Watts Winery

Watts Winery

Tasting Room

$40 $20

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Wine tasting gives guests the chance to try out some new pours before they head home with bottles of delicious Upstream wine

50% Off Admission to The Serpentarium

The Serpentarium

Lodi

$10 $5

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Explore 2 floors and 3,000 square feet of space filled with more than 50 different species of reptiles, as well as insects and pet supplies

50% Off at World of Wonders Science Museum

World of Wonders

Lodi

$20 $10

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More than 50 hands-on experiments and exhibits teach kids and adults how light, sound, sight, and motion work

Up to 76% Off Unlimited Bikram Yoga

Bikram Yoga Central Valley

Multiple Locations

$270 $69

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Sweat out toxins and boost circulation during these 90-minute hot-yoga sessions that tackle 26 poses

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The Headwaters owners Dan and Ashlie Arbuckle strive to make aquatic exploration accessible by providing patrons with high-quality equipment, as well as moral support from their canine companion, Henna. The shop rents paddleboards and kayaks to paddlers intent on exploring the Mokelumne River and also organizes guided trips, exhibitions, and private or small group classes for newbies. In addition, fishing kayak packages rent out rod holders, fish finders, and scripts for tall tales about "the one that got away."

847 N Cluff Ave
Lodi,
CA
US

Nestled within a natural landscape of old oak trees and olive orchards, Trinitas Golf Club spirits players of all skill levels away into a verdant, scenic, and challenging course that Steve Pajak of the Sacramento Bee characterized as “fun” and “fair” in his “On Tour” article. Players and up to three swing for the green on the Club’s 6,696-yard, par 72 golf course, festooned with ball-engulfing sand traps, water hazards, and famished, famished hippos. Course navigators travel from fairway to fairway in an up to four-seat cart to save time walking between holes.

9209 Ospital Road
Valley Springs,
CA
US

The Twisted Roots Wine company began producing its own label of wines and its signature wine, Petite Sirah in 2005. Winemaking joined grape-growing as an integral part of the family business, and in 2010 the family incorporated Twisted Roots as a separate family business. As production continued to increase, varietals expanded to include Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and "1918" Old Vine Zinfandel made from the family's oldest vineyard planted in 1918.

Above all else, Twisted Roots Wine strives to create wines that capture the essence of California's Lodi appellation. The Twisted Roots family embraces sustainable farming practices throughout the entire process and they almost exclusively age their wines in neutral French oak barrels, which allow the grapes' natural fruit flavors and pronounced acidity to shine. This style is evident throughout the winery's lineup of current releases. A bright and crisp chardonnay features just a hint of rounded oak flavor for the sake of balance, and the signature zinfandel—made from the vines originally planted in 1918—coats palates with its bold, yet supple notes of dark fruits and spices.

2 West Lockeford Street
Lodi,
CA
US

Established: 2010
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Brands Used: 21-foot North River Seahawk boat, Okuma rods and reels
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Fishing for stripers or kokanee salmon
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
Pro Tip: Dress in layers as it can be cool in the morning and much warmer as the day goes on.

1512 Holly Drive
Lodi,
CA
US

At Wines of Wine OT’s polished, granite-topped wine bar, wine connoisseurs pour small sips of vintages from Six Hands Winery and Sorelle Winery. Catering completely to diehard oenophiles, the storefront stocks a vast inventory of handmade wine-barrel furniture. Artisans dismantle barrels and reassemble them into Adirondack chairs, cocktail tables, and fire pits. Additionally, they stock hundreds of white oak wine barrels, which customers can repurpose as home decor or fish-shooting galleries.

14 S School St
Lodi,
CA
US

Singer-songwriter Christina Herche’s voice and guitar skills are heard at venues both big and small. She has played for the crowd while in bands—including The Emmons Sisters and The Ivy Street Band—and solo. When not onstage or in the studio, Herche teaches budding musicians how to play guitar and its more difficult cousin, air guitar.

101 E Lodi Ave
Lodi,
CA
US