Searching for new homes in Lodi?
You’ll find beautiful new homes in Lodi, along with a family-friendly lifestyle that offers small town charm and plenty of exciting recreational opportunities to explore.
Located adjacent to Highway 99, six miles north of Stockton and 35 miles south of Sacramento, Lodi is known for its nature preserves as well as for its vibrant downtown featuring an eclectic mix of unique shops and restaurants. The city is one of the fastest growing wine regions in the United States with 85+ local boutique wineries producing an array of award-winning wines. Widely known as the Zinfandel Capital of the World, Lodi’s diverse portfolio of varietal wines is often compared to the quality wines of Europe.
Residents enjoy swimming, boating, fishing, rafting and other water sports on nearby Delta waterways and at Lodi Lake. The city is home to 28 parks, a swimming beach, several community pools, a zoo, dog park, arts center, performing arts theater, municipal golf course, skate park, senior center, historical and science museums and a Japanese garden.
The city hosts a variety of annual events including the Farmers Market, The Lodi Grape Festival, Spring Wine Show and Summer Concert Series.
Students are served by the Lodi Unified School District, which strives for success though high quality instruction, a variety of Career Technical Education programs, joint efforts with higher education, an award winning Gifted and Talented program, effective support programs and extended learning through the use of digital devices.