Stockton’s Oak Grove Regional Park has trails and playgrounds, fishing (all applicable CA laws), disco golf and week-end paddle boats. This 180 hectare meter park, situated near Stockton’s Spanos Park West is an ideal place for picnics, annual events and fishing tournament activities and offers numerous amenities, in a beautiful oak-forest landscape. Oak Grove Lake is a 10 hectare lake with seasonal Catfish and Trout, with paddle boats and aqua cycles for sale (weekends only April – October).
The Nature Center of Oak Grove provides information and displays about the flora and fauna of San Joaquin County and the San Joaquin Valley in the park. Bring the family with them, appreciate the local animals and indigenous plants, learn interesting information about the Miwok and Yokuts living in central California, see the rocks, minerals and fossil collection. The Nature Centre, with festivals and stations, provides several different programs in the Spring and Summer.
Two natural trails are included in the Oak Grove Regional Park; a 1/4 miles long walk between the old trees and an open 1/4 miles track.
Oak Grove Regional Park also has an 18-hole golf course, kids’ recreation fields, a youth campground, horseshoe pits, picnic tables and barbecues.
Hours of Operation:
- From 8:00 am to closing times, Oak Grove Regional Park is open daily (except Christmas).
- The Nature Center of Oak Grove is open from 12:00 to 4:00 Saturdays and Sundays
- The rate is $5 weekdays; $6 weekends; $10 on certain holiday weekends. (Easter, Mother day, day of memorial, July 4 and Labor day);
- Animals: 1$(leash required)
- The Oak Grove Nature Center is free
- Fishing fee for more than 16 years is fishing amount for more than 16 years is