Lodi is a rural Sacramento Valley farming town evolving into another suburb. The state capitol, Sacramento is north along Interstate-5, offering an easy commute to residents of Lodi. The hot, dry climate many residents enjoy also produces a unique fog, (Tulley Fog), (Too-lee), that is very dense and hugs the ground. Visitors can enjoy the area year round. Spring and summer bring hot sunny days and warm evenings.
Lodi is near the Sacramento River Delta, 1,500 sq miles of river channels, sloughs and islands perfect for rafting, boating, swimming, camping and fishing. Lodi is also home to many golf courses, a zoo, Japanese garden, and several museums. Home to the “Tokay” grape, many wineries are home in the area.
Lodi is located in San Joaquin County just north of Stockton between Stockton and Sacramento along Highway 99 near the Comanche Reservoir.
There is also a Lodi, Wisconsin.
Lodi is part of the Stockton-Lodi, California metro area.