Top Things to Do in Oakdale, CA
- Ferrarese's Deli Restaurant
- Oakdale Cowboy Museum
- Oakdale Dog Park
- Oakdale Recreation Area
- Oakdale Rodeo Grounds
- River Journey Adventures River Center
- Sierra Railroad DinnerTrain
- Woodward Reservoir Regional Park
Oakdale, California is located in Stanislaus County and approximately 94 miles from Yosemite National Park. The city's slogan "Cowboy Capital of the World" and home to the Oakdale Rodeo held on the second weekend in April. The Rodeo is a major event for the city bustling with parades, concerts, and a plethora of activities at the Rodeo Grounds. Get away from the city and take the family for a fun-filled day at Woodward Reservoir Regional Park. The park is conveniently located only 6 miles away offering recreational activities for everyone in the household from swimming, fishing, boating, and water/jet skiing. During Independence Day weekend the festivities include an annual fireworks display.
A unique attraction gaining popularity amount locals and tourists is the Sierra Dinner Train. Take a roundtrip evening along the third oldest railroad in North America where the scenery is picturesque it has been featured on dozens of film productions such as Back to the Future III, Unforgiven, and Oscar-winning film High Noon with Grace Kelly and Gary Cooper.
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