Our tree lined streets; friendly atmosphere and our charming Main Street are a unique taste of hometown America. Home of world famous landmarks such as Hilmar Cheese, MedicAlert Foundations and Turlock Lake State Recreation Area it's no wonder so many people choose to visit and live in Turlock.
Turlock is the second largest city in Stanislaus County yet retains its small town charm and agricultural heritage. Home to Cal State Stanislaus, The Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, and The Carnegie Arts Center. Turlock is hosts special events like the International Model A Swap Meet, American Cowboy Team Roping Western Championship, and sporting events like the ASA Western National Championship. Known as the heart of the Valley, Turlock is the perfect place to enjoy a variety of activities from sporting events to cultural festivals. Our community churches, lush parks and proximity to recreational activities make Turlock a great place to visit.
The city of Turlock, located in Stanislaus County, is nestled in the heart of California's Central Valley. Situated about 93 miles south of the state capital of Sacramento at the intersection of California State Highways 99 and 165, Turlock affords close proximity to Interstate I-5 and State Highways 33, 132, and 140. Nearest communities are Modesto (to the northwest) and Merced (to the southeast).