census-designated place in Stanislaus County, California

Salida is an unincorporated town, northwest of, and immediately adjacent to, Modesto, in Stanislaus County, in California's San Joaquin Valley.

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While Salida is named for the Spanish word meaning "exit", the name is customarily pronounced according to English phonetics, as Sah-LIE-duh, rather than according to Spanish phonetics. The town's major industry is the Blue Diamond almond processing plant.

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Map of Salida (California)

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  • 1 Boomers! Modesto, 4215 Bangs Avenue (E of Hwy 99, exit 232 or 233, at Sisk Rd), +1 209 545-5248. Family play center: go karts, miniature golf, rock wall, batting cages, laser tag, flame thrower, kid's playland, etc. Actually in Salida, despite its Modesto address.

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Salida has a few hotels, all near Highway 99. For other, possibly less expensive, accommodations, see nearby Modesto.

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  • 1 Salida Public Library, 4835 Sisk Rd (E of Hwy 99, exit 233, Broadway Av, turn S on Sisk), +1 209 543-7353, +1 209 543-7315 (info desk). M–Tu 10AM–8PM; W–Th 10AM–6PM; Sa 10AM–5PM. Closed F, Su. All the usual library things, including public computers, wi-fi. Free.

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Routes through Salida
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