Home to mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates, Micke Grove Zoo also provides sanctuary to endangered species. The zoo features a Japanese Garden, historical museum and picnic shelters in a beautiful oak grove setting. This gem is just a few miles away in Lodi. Check out more information here.
The city of Lodi has lots of fun to offer boasting a historic downtown, preforming arts theater, restaurants, museums, and more.
This historic landmark is your ticket for a trip back in time. For a calendar of events or for more information, visit this website link or call the Visitors Center at (916) 442-7644. Old Town Sacramento is only 35 miles north of Jellystone Park™. After all that sightseeing, make sure to refuel at one of the many restaurants that makes Sacramento a foodie’s paradise, too!
If you’re looking for a more natural wonder, check out the Isenberg Crane Reserve. This ecological reserve is the largest area of freshwater marsh in the state and provides a home to many birds. Stop by in the fall and winter to see red-wing blackbirds, black-shouldered kite and American kestrel, ring-necked pheasant, meadowlarks, and other small songbirds. Check out more information here.
The Jelly Belly Factory will launch you and your family into factory orbit! Located only 45 minutes away from the Camp-Resort, visitors can enjoy free, self-guided tours of roughly ¼ mile of candy bliss. While at the factory, make sure to partake in the interactive exhibits and games, browse the Jelly Belly Jelly Bean Art Gallery, eat at the Jelly Belly Café, shop at the Jelly Belly Candy Store, and, of course, indulge in free samples. You won’t want to skip this family-fun outing! Check out more information here.
From grand, sweeping views to neighborhood color and character, from glimpses of history to world-class dining and shopping – San Francisco is home to a little bit of everything. Tour Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39 and the Presidio or take a tour of Alcatraz Island. The City by the Bay is only 90 miles away from Jellystone Park™, great for a day trip! Check out more information here.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is located in Vallejo, California. The park includes a variety of roller coasters and other amusement rides, along with a collection of animal exhibits and shows. It has been part of the Six Flags chain of amusement parks since 1999. All the fun is located 46 miles from the Camp-Resort. Check out more information here.
Calaveras became a State Park in 1931 to preserve the North Grove of giant sequoias. This grove includes the “Discovery Tree”, also known as the “Big Stump”, the first Sierra redwood noted by Augustus T. Dowd in 1852. This area has been a major tourist attraction ever since, and is considered the longest continuously operated tourist facility in California. This wonder is 92 miles from the Camp-Resort. Check out more information here.