13366 Highway 88 - The IOOF Building is a brick two-story vernacular Italianate structure with a square mass. The roof
is flat, with a brick cornice supported by corbelling. The façade has three bays, in an ABBBBA configuration of upper story windows.
Fenestration the on the upper story consists of narrow semi-elliptical frame 4/4-light sash windows, double-hung. The windows are set within
semi-elliptical brick arches and separated by doubled pilasters which protrude slightly from the wall surface. The building has been
remodeled several times, with stucco now covering the southwest side and rear elevations and lower story. Newer slumpstone wainscoting has
been installed on the northeast corner of the building. A modern wood frame door to the second-story lodge room is located on the lower
story which fronts on State Route 88. The westernmost storefront features a central entry consisting of double glass and panel doors flanked
by display windows with kick-plates and transoms. The easternmost storefront, which continues around Cotton Street, has a modern door and
aluminum display windows, replacing the earlier two separate storefronts with individual doors and display windows. Display windows on the
rear side of the Cotton Street elevation are aluminum, with multi-light wood transoms and plywood T-111 wainscoting. An arched pedestrian
door is also located on Cotton Street. The building has a full-width awning, supported by metal brackets, which continues around the
northeast side elevation. The Odd Fellows emblem of three links of a chain, flanked by IOOF on both sides, is located on the front and side
of the building, beneath the cornice. The building has a frame shed-roofed addition to the rear elevation
13429 Highway 88 - The Live Oak Hotel - Lockeford Club - Probably built in the 1870s, is a two-story brick building
with a rectangular mass and three bays. It has a hip roof covered with composition shingles. It was constructed in the simplified Classical
Revival style of its era, with a porch over the front sidewalk. It appears to have been remodeled in the 1930s when the primary entry was
enclosed with glass bricks and an arched window replaced what was probably another entry. At that time a side entry, from Cotton Street,
beneath a canopy supported by wooden brackets, and a narrow horizontal window, were installed. Fenestration on the second story consists of
1/1-light frame lights, double-hung. A flat canopy, hung by metal rods, projects over the sidewalk and is connected to the adjacent building.
The building was remodeled again in the mid-1970s, but it is unknown if the stucco cladding dates to that period or earlier.
13421 Highway 88 - The right side of the building above - Live Oak Saloon - Lockeford Drug Store - Barber Shop -
A one-story brick building with a square mass. It has a front gable roof, covered with composition shingles, and a decorative front parapet.
The parapet is covered with stucco, and the lower floor façade with stucco and recycled brick. Primary entry is via a central front multi-
light French door, flanked by two windows with one light each set in arched brick recesses on each side. The building was remodeled in the
mid-1970s, and possibly earlier also. The building appears to have been constructed in the 1870s, but its original appearance is unknown
13443 Highway 88 - Confectionary - Dr. Priestley’s Drug Store -Jack’s Fountain - This building was apparently constructed in the 1870s,
is a one-story frame structure with a rectangular mass. It has a front gable roof and a Western Style False Front, originally clad in
horizontal board siding and with a molded cornice. A full width front porch, with shingle roof, was supported by brackets. When the building
was remodeled in 1926, the walls were clad in stucco and a canopy hung by metal rods affixed to the front. Primary entry is via double glass
and panel doors in the center of the façade, each with a screen door. The doors are flanked by display windows, boarded over, with paneled
kick plates. A multi-light transom courses the length of the façade. Windows on the side of the building are aluminum sliders, and the
foundation is concrete. A cross-gabled Craftsman style addition was constructed on the northeast elevation in 1926; it housed a branch of the Stockton Library.
13461 Highway 88 - Haynes Building, Frisky Mule Saloon - A one-story frame structure with a rectangular mass. It has a front gable roof
and a Western Style False Front with a molded cornice and keystone. The walls are clad in stucco, and the building has a concrete perimeter
foundation. Primary entry is via a central front door, with one large light. The entry is flanked by frame display windows with five small
lights above one large light. The kick-plates are of stucco, incised to appear like stone, and have a molded cornice below the windows. The
words “Haynes Building, 1928” are centrally located on the primary façade. A full-width canvas awning and four barn light sconces appear to
be recent additions.
13464 Highway 88 - Lockeford Donuts - What a great idea, a bar a donut shop and a pizza place featuring a laundromat next door. The
donuts are the typical glazed ,fritters, the buttermilk old fashioned are a local favorite so get there Early. The bar has no ambiance, but
its a donut shop. a great place to consume an adult beverage and play a game of pool while you wait for the best pizza in town. The service
is fast along with good value for a great pizza.
13475 Highway 88 - Locke General Store/Locke’s Hall/Ambrose General Merchandise Store/Tramontini and Canepa Store/Goehring’s
Hardware - The Locke General Store is a two-story brick vernacular Italianate building with a rectangular mass. The roof is flat, with
pedimented parapet walls above a cornice. The façade has three bays, in an AAABBAAA configuration of upper story windows. Fenestration on
the upper story consists of narrow semi-elliptical frame 1/1 light sash windows, double-hung. The windows are set within semi-elliptical
brick arches which protrude slightly from the wall surface. The description of the lower story, now boarded over, is taken from a 1960s
photograph. The façade features three bays, each with a recessed entry flanked by large display windows, kick-plates, and transoms. The
building originally had a full-width awning, supported by metal brackets, which continued around the northeast side elevation.
13555 - Highway 88 - Dr. Locke Senior House - (Demolished) The Locke House
was a two-story frame 1860s residence with a rectangular mass and a
cross-gabled one-story rear addition. The house had a front gable roof, covered with wood shingles, and featured boxed eaves, eave boards,
and Classical returns. Walls on the lower story were clad in horizontal lap siding, while the upper story walls
were clad in California Rustic
siding. A full-width porch, added in the mid-1880s, wrapped around both sides of the residence, and
was supported by square wood posts.
The porch was extended around the rear addition when it was completed around the turn of the nineteenth century. Fenestration consisted of
6/6-light frame sash, double-hung. The primary entry was via a modern multi-light and panel door on the front porch; a French door
on the southwest side elevation in the addition. Some of the windows and doors
were boarded over. Although in poor condition, the house
retained its integrity to a remarkable degree. (The sign still stands.)
The distinctive metal water tower with the name Lockeford emblazoned on it was erected sometime in the late 1910s or the 1920s, replacing
earlier water towers built by the Lockes
Jack Tone Residence
Population: As of the censusGR2 of 2000, there were 3,179 people, 1,099 households, and 856 families residing in the CDP. The population density was 146.6/km² (379.7/mi²).
Lockeford Post Office
Property Taxes: California Real Estate Tax Questions and Information
Public Utilities: Switch Lockeford Public Utilities
Radio & TV: Strongest Radio and TV Stations near Lockeford
Recreation: Lockeford Springs Golf Course
16360° N. Highway 88, Lodi
Fourteen holes that were cut out of an old walnut tree orchard. The natural setting makes this course quite scenic. The terrain is flat, yet the fairways do have some mounding. The greens are sloped and undulating. There is a creek that meanders through the course that comes into play on only a couple of holes. The signature hole is #18, a 514-yard, par 5, which plays to a dogleg fairway with a lake on the left and a waterfall and stream that flow into the lake. In addition, this hole has an L-shaped green with a canal on the right and the lake on the left. Fivesomes are only allowed if all the players ride.
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Burger King -
18980 N. Highway 88
Busaba Thai Cusine - 12470 Locke Rd
Clements Feed & Fuel
18938 E. Highway 88 Clements, Ca
Country Cafe - 13410 E. Highway 88
American - Right photo courtesy of Ken Vogel
Coyotes - 14015 E. Highway 88 - 209-727-5900 - American
Georges Lockeford Inn - 18700 N. Highway 88 - 209-727-5841 - American
Georges Mini Mkt Cafe - 18662 N. Highway 88 -
- 209-727-3064 - American
- 19960 N..Elliot Rd
Taco Bell - 1878 N. Highway 88 - 209-727-5744 - Take Out
Rivers, Creeks, & Streams:
San Joaquin County Government:
Lockeford children attend schools in the Lodi Unified Schools
Wineries, antique shopping and the new Vino Piazza are just a few pleasurable ways to spend your leisure time.
The Italian village-like atmosphere of the Vino Piazza is very popular. Here multiple winemakers have
shops to allow the visitor to taste the many delightful wines of the region.
San Joaquin Shopping:
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Transportation: Bus Intercity Routes
• San Joaquin County Transportation
• The Locke House
• Lockeford B&B
• Lockeford Cellars
• Olde Lockeford Winery
Lockeford White Pages
Zip Code: 95237
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