Popularly known as the Mission Arch, the Lodi Arch is said to be an extinct examples of the remains of the Spanish Revival. This beautifully designed arch was a stunning entrance to the grounds of the Tokay Carnival, the first ever Lodi Grape Festival. consisting of a height of 40 feet, this arch is significantly an important structure in Lodi.
Lodi Lake Park is a beautiful jewel of nature that combines the versatility of a park with the placidity of a lake. Visitors come here from near and far to explore the tranquil surroundings which houses a multitude of rare species and animals. Walk to the edge of the park and you will be able to glimpse the calm beauty cocooning the surroundings. The park doubles up as an event venue as well. So you will be able to witness a whole range of local, community and even cultural events taking place here from time to time. The lake, perched on the edge of the park dazzles locals and tourists alike. Go boating, swimming, kayaking or take a well-informed tour with one of the guides at your disposal. Contact the park for more details on current and upcoming events.
Vino Piazza (literally translated as wine plaza) is a local winery. More than a winery, it is a cluster of wineries housed in the same building. Wine tasting rooms, individual courtyards and different wine houses here attract tourists from all over. The main wineries include Stama Winery, The Coliseum, Boitano Family Wines, Pasos Vineyards and Watts Family. While touring this place, one can see that certain elements from the older distillery like the huge barrels are still retained, giving you the feel of an ancient winery. At Vino Piazza, you can sample different varieties of wine at reasonable tasting fees. Visitors can also check out the various aspects of wine-making and buy fine wines at discounted rates. So go ahead and savor first-class wines!