Adventuring with Man’s Best Friend

July 30, 2019

If your best friend has four legs and is furry, you may get turned away at the doors to some local hotspots, a hard pill to swallow for you and Fido. Lucky for those living in San Joaquin County, for every place that says no […]

Breaking Good

July 30, 2019

Where to Find the Best Breakfast in San Joaquin County All great ideas start with a good breakfast. Which is why we’ve decided to share with you our favorite spots for inspiration. Whether it’s a savory order of biscuits and gravy or a fresh-from-the-farm fruit […]

Explore Highway 1

July 30, 2019

A Central Coast Getaway Iconic Highway 1 is a gold mine for those looking to merge the beauty of the outdoors with the finer things in life. Set on California’s Central Coast, the Highway 1 Discovery Route winds through ten artisan communities. In a long […]

Honeymoon in Nashville

July 30, 2019

Celebrate your nuptials in Music City If you like country music, late nights, and good vibes, Nashville may just be the place to celebrate your new relationship status. Revel in music history, taste the local cuisine, and stay out all night at the celeb-inspired bars […]

On the Town

Best of San Joaquin 2019 Winners

July 1, 2019

At San Joaquin Magazine, we spend months looking forward to our biggest issue of the year. This year, we added even more categories and we can’t wait to share who our readers have voted as their top picks. We’re also giddy to share with you […]

5 Things / Taste the Rainbow

July 1, 2019

Frozen Treats to Cool Down Your Summer Go ahead—taste the rainbow. San Joaquin County is brimming with options for cool, colorful treats. At hotspots throughout the region, patrons can grab goodies to go, or stay and enjoy. From alcoholic wine slushies to over-the-top ice cream […]

The New San Diego

July 1, 2019

July marks the 250th anniversary of San Diego. This ocean-side city was once hailed as “the birthplace of California,” after it became the first European settlement on the West Coast in 1769. But San Diego has come a long way, not just in the last […]

Chomping at the Bit

July 1, 2019

For the Love of Horses It’s not rare to see people riding horseback throughout the vineyards and farmlands of San Joaquin County. From guided tours for visitors to routine strolls by horse owners, from competition training by professionals to lessons for newcomers, horses call this […]

SJ City Guide

What’s Happening—Local Food and Wine Scene

July 1, 2019

Wine News Wilson Family Vineyards In 1993, there were a mere 6 wineries in Lodi Wine Country. In 2006, the region hit a little more than 60. Fast forward to 2019 and there are over 90 wineries to try in the region, and more opening […]

Men’s Health Feature

May 28, 2019

Healthy living is in. Whether your goal is weight loss, muscle building, body contouring, a better diet, or a total health overhaul, San Joaquin County has the resources to help you make it happen. We’ve rounded up three local men, experts in weight loss, fitness, […]

Family Fun in Boise, Idaho!

May 28, 2019

School’s out for summer! Grab the kids and hit the road! Boise is an unsuspecting place for a family vacation, but the growing city is packed with attractions and activities for those of all ages. Play inside and outside on waterslides, roller coasters, mini-golf, and […]

Keeper of History

May 28, 2019

San Joaquin Historical Society & Museum safeguards SJ’s most precious artifacts The rich history of San Joaquin County cannot be understated, but many who live here often underestimate, or worse, forget that fact. While the San Joaquin Historical Society & Museum in Lodi is a […]

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