After a fire wiped out Walnut Grove’s Chinatown in 1912, the Chinese merchants, farmers and laborers who built the levees established Locke, a fascinating spot on the delta. Most sights close around 4pm. Docents lead tours from the visitors center from 10am to 3pm Friday to Sunday.
Locke Historic District
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1. Dai Loy Museum
An old gambling hall filled with photos and relics of gaming operations, including betting tables and an antique safe.
A few miles southwest of Clarksburg via winding County Rds 141 and 144, the region's best-known winery is set among vineyard on a sixth-generation family…
3. Jessie’s Grove
With its summer concert series and very long history, this is an anchor of Lodi wine producers. There's a new tasting room downtown on E Locust St.
4. Old Sugar Mill
This old mill serves as a hub for a thriving community of local winemakers, featuring several local tasting rooms and nice outdoor spaces overlooking…
The Viognier and reserve blends are worth the 7-mile drive north of town to this state-of-the-art steel-and-redwood winery.
6. Michael David
These brothers have built an enthusiastic following with their oaky, fruity wines. Their renowned Zinfandel, '7 Deadly Zins,' is a standout. The cafe and…
7. Brannan Island State Recreation Area
The Delta Loop ends at Brannan Island State Recreation Area, where sandy picnic spots and grassy barbecue areas draw hard-partying campers.
8. Riaza Wines
The downtown tasting room pours Spanish varietals that only recently were discovered to grow like mad in the Lodi sun.