THINGS TO DO
Great Wolf Resort
Now Open in Manteca!
1251 E Yosemite Ave, Manteca, CA 95336
Bowlero provides a family friendly venue to spend time bowling, playing in the arcade, or enjoying a delicious meal from the grill. Special events are frequently held for kids, as well as professional bowling teams. The alley is open daily 9 am to 12 am, and up until 2 am on Fridays and Saturdays. The area is also open to reserve for parties and private events.
Bass Pro Shops
1356 Bass Pro Drive
Manteca, California 95337
Experience the Beauty of Manteca Bass Pro Shops. Upon entry visitors are welcomed in the grand entrance with comfort and warmth. During the winter months a fire crackles in the large rock double-sided fireplace and a 65' replica of the world's largest tree, The General Sherman in Sequoia National Park, welcomes visitors. Hand-painted murals from renowned artists depict scenes of California's picturesque countryside. Spectacular waterfalls, lush forests, pristine mountain lakes and beautiful beaches-all are beautifully replicated by artists' brushes. Giant, exquisitely crafted outdoor themed chandeliers, made by Bass Pro Shops' own artisans, hang throughout the store. Several of California's native wildlife are captured in natural poses depicting them interacting in nature. Special displays in the store include a pictorial and memorial tribute to John Muir and the 26th United States President, Theodore Roosevelt. An avid outdoorsman, President Roosevelt promoted the conservation movement and efficient use and maintenance of our natural resources. Muir, an early advocate of conservation, was instrumental in saving the Yosemite Valley, the Sequoia National Park and various other wilderness areas.
Big League Dreams
1077 Milo Candini Dr, Manteca, CA 95337
Completed in early 2010, the Manteca Big League Dreams complex serves as one of the premier sports facilities in the valley for youth softball and baseball games. Additionally, the facility has hosted numerous city events in the past years, including the Independence Day fair, and is also the location of the annual Fourth of July fireworks display.
Historical Society and Museum
600 W Yosemite Ave, Manteca, CA 95337
Chartered in 1990 as a non-profit organization, the Manteca Historical Society has made great strides in providing a local historical museum in Manteca, California. The museum is a fascinating learning center for all ages. The museum houses a vast array of artifacts, documents, and thousands of photographs. Please visit the museum often, and bring a friend!
Parks and Recreation
252 Magnolia Ave, Manteca, CA 95337
The Manteca Parks and Recreation Department oversees more than 400 acres of neighborhood and community parks, the Tidewater Bikeway, skate park, and the Senior Center. They also supervise the 18-hole Manteca Park Golf Course, and the Manteca Public Library. Together, these facilities provide visitors and residents of all ages a vast array of activities.
Manteca Mural Society
Manteca offers nearly 30 public murals located on a number of buildings throughout the city to highlight the various aspects of the city's culture and history. Many of these murals, painted by prominent muralists like David Gordon, are masterpieces capturing the artifacts, architecture, and artistic styles of their respective time period. For those interested in learning more about individual murals, or going on a city wide mural hunt, the Manteca Mural Society will serve as a valuable resource.
Delicato Family Vineyard
12001 CA-99, Manteca, CA 95336
Delicato Family Vineyards is one of the fastest growing wine companies in the world, celebrating 90+ years of California winemaking and grape growing heritage. Family-owned and operated since the company’s founding in 1924, three generations of Indelicato family have fostered the winery’s commitment to innovation, quality and environmental stewardship – cornerstones that have harnessed the family’s long-term focus and solidified the winery as an internationally recognized leader in the industry.
Gateway to YOSEMITE
Located on the western end of CA 120, Manteca has traditionally served as the Gateway to Yosemite National Park for tourists from Southern California and the Bay Area. Manteca is the last city many drivers stop at before heading up to the park.
For additional information about the park, its history, and ecology, please feel free to refer to the National Park Services.