The man-made lake in the northwest corner of Lodi attracts around 200,000 people per year. Along the north side of Turner Road, east of Lower Sacramento Road and across from the General Mills factory, it’s easy to find. Enjoy a number of Lodi Lake events.
Fees for Vehicle Entry
Lodi Lake Welcome For vehicle entry into Lodi Lake Park, a fee is collected whether or not a gate attendant is on duty. If there’s no gate attendant, a self-serve pay station is accessible immediately north of the entry gate.
- $50 per calendar year annual pass (pass hangs from rear-view mirror)
- Lodi Residents: $4 per day ($5 for non-residents)
- Senior (62+) and Disabled (disabled parking pass must be displayed): $2 Lodi residents, $3 senior/disabled non-residents
- Launch by boat (per trailer and/or motorized craft): $13 per day (includes vehicle entrance fee)
For a lot of fun in the heat, Lodi Lake Beach features a wide sandy beach area. Check out our tiny tot water and spray pool feature. To ensure a healthy and enjoyable experience, Lodi Lake also has a seasonal swimming area with lifeguards on duty. Open during the Memorial weekend during the summer through Labor Day weekend pending restrictions on COVID-19.
Tours by ferry
Aboard our 24 ft. tour boat, enjoy the scenic beauty of Lodi Lake and the Mokelumne River! For the many species of birds and animals that call the lake and river home, keep your eyes open. Having such animals as deer, river otters, great blue herons and many others is not rare! Their tour boat is regularly inspected and accredited by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Mini Tours for 45 minutes
Accessible only on weekends, from April to September: $10 per person. Mini tours run between noon and 4:00 p.m. on the hour; 15 minutes prior to the hour must be dockside. Register at the building’s tiny entrance doors. Tour days and times can be tailored to suit your group’s needs and upon our licensed Captains’ availability. Food and drinks are allowed.