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San Joaquin Valley
The city of Modesto (Spanish for '"modest"') is the county seat and largest city of Stanislaus County. The city is surrounded by rich farmland. Stanislaus County ranks sixth among California counties in farm production, and is home to Gallo Family Winery, the largest family-owned winery in the United States. Led by milk, almonds, chickens, walnuts, and corn silage. The farm-to-table movement plays a central role in Modesto living as in the Central Valley Stanislaus County is a playground for foodies looking to tease their palate with multi-ethnic dining.
Modesto was founded as one of the San Joaquin Valley’s railroad towns. Modesto is geographically at California’s heart. Your experiences here will reflect the warmth of our rich heritage and kind-hearted people. While Modesto has transformed into one of the largest cities in California with more than 208,839 residents, it has retained its old-world charm and traditional values. Several historical landmarks remain well preserved in town, now sitting side by side with new additions, such as the Gallo Center for the Arts, Vintage Faire Mall and modern medical centers.
Experience Modesto through area attractions, local restaurants, and shopping destinations. The Modesto Certified Farmer’s Market has an illustrious 30-year history in the area and many visitors may not know that Modesto is known for being one of the pioneers of the Farm-To-Table philosophy in the United States. Visit the Gallo Center for the Arts and swing by the crown of Modesto…the McHenry Mansion is the only remaining Victorian home in the city. If you are going to come to this part of the United States, then you can’t miss the powerhouse that is Yosemite National Park. Located just outside of Modesto.