There are many ways to get to the Zinfandel capitol of the world! Whether you prefer to travel by car, train, or plane - we've got you covered!
We are just 40 miles south of Sacramento, 90 miles east of the San Francisco Bay Area, and about 100 miles northeast of San Jose, California. For driving directions to Lodi and tips on air and train travel, please see the information below. If you have questions about traveling to Lodi, please contact us.
Driving from Sacramento
Lodi is about 40 miles south of Sacramento. View the map below for recommended routes.
Driving from San Francisco
We are located about 90 miles East of the Bay Area. See recommended directions in the map below!
Driving from San Jose
If you’re driving from San Jose, we are about 100 miles Northeast. Here are some recommended routes.
The closest major airport to Lodi is Sacramento International Airport (SMF), but travelers may also consider San Francisco International Airport (SFO), Oakland International Airport (OAK), or Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC).
The Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK), just 20 miles south of Lodi, offers direct flights from Los Angeles, Las Vegas, NV and Phoenix, AZ through Allegiant Air and just announced that starting in August 2019, travelers can book flights on United's daily service from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Stockton. Flights starting on August 20, 2019 can already be booked through United's website, united.com, on the United mobile app or by calling United Reservations at 800.UNITED.1.
From the Stockton Metropolitan Airport, Lodi is approximately 22 minutes away!
Amtrak’s San Joaquin line stops in Lodi. Lodi is directly accessible on this scenic Northern California route from Sacramento.
Uber and Lyft are now readily available in Lodi!