Clements, California

Clements, CA Real Estate, Clements Area and Community Information


The Clements CA real estate has been showing growth and positive changes due to strengthening economic conditions. Prospective new residents can find a variety of Clements CA homes listed in different neighborhoods of this California community. The Clements real estate market is a promising one for people who are planning on relocating to this area of the state. Clements is a rural community in the San Joaquin Valley, and many residents have made their homes here while commuting to nearby Lodi.

History of Clements


Clements was first established in 1882. The town is named after its founder, Thomas Clements. It's designated an unincorporated township and is located about 11 miles northeast of the bigger town of Lodi. Other nearby communities include Stockton, Tracy, Ripon and Lathrop. Many Clements homes are in convenient locations, so commutes to other towns take only a short drive. Articles and other historical information about this area can be found on the San Joaquin Historical Society website.

Attractions and Activities in Clements


Along with Clements homes for sale, potential new residents can find several points of interest and activities in the immediate area. Some local favorites include  the historic Grand Oaks Inn, Lake Camanche and Dam, Vino Piazza and the Lockeford Springs Golf Course.  Many available Clements properties are located only a short drive from a number of local attractions. Another attractive selling point of real estate in Clements is a relatively low average home price compared to some other California communities.

Events in Clements


While looking for homes for sale in Clements, each buyer is encouraged to learn more about the town by checking out community events. Popular events include the Clements Rodeo and the Biglieri Farmers' Market . A prospective Clements home buyer can find updated event information on the Things To Do in Clements web page.

Clements Parks and Recreation


Clements residents can take advantage of plenty of outdoor activities, such as golf, horseback riding and hiking. Clements residents enjoy public access to the Mokelumne River via Stillman Magee Park. The park featured rating, swimming, fishing, picnic tables and barbecues. More Parks and recreation facility information is listed on the San Joaquin County website.
Linda Frater
Linda Frater
Realtor