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|US Interstate Highway 5 (West Side Freeway)
||Intersection with Interstate Highway #5, south of Lathrop, California amd north of Tracy, California. This is where California State Highway #120 begins its run. This highway traverses Yosemite National Forest and Tioga Pass before terminating at a junction with United States Highway #6 in Benton, California.
||North to Stockton Metropolitan Airport, communities of Kennedy, CA; Mormon, CA; and the city of Stockton, CA. North to Durham Ferry State Recreation Area.
|S Union Road : Manteca, CA
||S Union Road, Manteca, California, a city in San Joaquin County, California, Manteca Municipal Golf Course, Kaiser Manteca Medical Center/St.Dominic's Hospital,
|S Main Street: Manteca, CA
||S Main Street, Manteca, California, a city in San Joaquin County, California, Woodward Community Park, Caswell Memorial State Park, a state park located south of Manteca, California, off California State Highway #120,
||Junction California State Route #99, Ripon, California, a city located in Sanb Joaquin County, California, Salida, California, a community in Stanislaus County, California,
||Yosemite Avenue, State Route #120 takes a detour from State Highway #99 at this Junction in Manteca, California, Doctors Hospital of Manteca, French Camp, California, a community in San Joaquin County, California, San Joaquin General Hospital is located in French Camp, California,
||Escalon Bellola Road, Main Street/Santa Fe Road, Escalon, California, a city in San Joaquin County, California, McHenry Avenue, Del Rio Golf and Country Club, Del Rio, California, a community in Stanislaus County, California, Riverbank, California, a city in Stanislaus County, California,
||Henry Road, Valley Home Memorial Park,
|26 Mile Road
||26 Mile Road, Stanislaus County Park, Woodward Reservoir, located north off California State Route #120,
|River Road: Shopping Center
||River Road, Walnut Woods Shopping Center, Word of Truth Fellowship,
||Access, to, River Oak Grace Community Church
|California State Highway 108 - Oakdale, CA
||City of Oakdale, California located at the junction of CA State Highway 120 & CA State Highway 108. Attractions: The Oakdale Cowboy Museum, that focuses on area ranchers, rodeo cowboys and cowgirls. Exhibits include historic photographs, saddles, rodeo artifacts and cowboy gear. CA State Highway 108 overlaps CA State Highway 120 to the east.
||Accesses Oakdale Rodeo Grounds, Oakdale Golf and Country Club located on N Steams Road, along State Route #120.
|East Oakdale, CA
||North of highway. Community of East Oakdale, CA. Kerr Park. Valley Oak Recreation Area.
|Orange Blossom Road: Recreation Site
||North to Orange Blossom Recreation Area, located on the Stanislaus River off State Route #120. Intersects Sonora Road which goes east to the community of Knights Ferry, CA and northwest to the community of Eugene, CA (limited services).
|Kennedy Road/Sonora Road
||North-northwest to Knights Ferry, California, a town on the Stanislaus River. Rafting trips on the Stanislaus River are a popular outdoor activity. Knights Ferry Covered Bridge carries Schuper Road across the river.
|Tulloch Dam Road
||Runs parallel to the Stanislaus River. Goodwin Dam, built on The Stanislaus River, one of the largest tributaries of the San Joaquin River in California. South Shore Recreation Area, Lake Tulloch South Shore Marina & Campground, located on Tulloch Reservoir.
|Rushing Hill Lookout Road
|County Road J59/La Grange Road
||South to Don Pedro Reservoir, an artificial lake created by the Don Pedro Dam across the Tuolumne River, and to the community of La Grange, CA. La Grange Dam, Dawson Lake.
|County Road E15/Obyrnes Ferry Road
||West to The Shores of Poker Flat, a community located on the shore of the Tulloch Reservoir. O Byrne Ferry Historical Monument.
|California State Highway 108
||California State Route #108 exits California State Highway 120, north to Jamestown, California. Railtown 1897 State Historic Park (18115 5th Ave) is home to the still intact and functioning Historic Jamestown Shops and Roundhouse steam locomotive repair and maintenance facility. Amenities include a Depot Store (specialty gift store), Interpretive Center. Seasonal steam and diesel-powered train rides are offered to visitors. Open daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's.
|California State Highway 49
||Connects with California State Highway #108 to the north. To the south, overlaps CA State Highway 120.
|Chinese Camp, CA
||Community of Chinese Camp, California, located on California State Route #120.
|Shawmut Road: Reservoir
||To the western shore of Don Pedro Reservoir.
|James E Roberts Memorial Bridge
||A bridge carrying California State Route #120/State Route #49, across Don Pedro Reservoir.
||To Don Pedro Reservoir.
|California State Highway 49
||CA State Highway 49 separates from CA State Highway 120. South to the community of Moccasin, California, located on the shore of Moccasin Reservoir at the edge of Lake Don Pedro. Further south is Coulterville, California, a town situated in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, off State Route #120.
|Groveland Yosemite Gateway Museum
||A museum at the entrance of Yosemite National Forest, on State Route #120.
|Priest Coulterville Road
||South to Priest Reservoir.
|Wards Ferry Road
||North-west-north to Wards Ferry Bridge. Terminates at Tuolumne Road, which goes west to the community of East Sonora, California.
||Community of Groveland, CA. Groveland Wayside Park (Main St).
||Takes on a north-east route to the community of Groveland-Big Oak Flat, California, Pine Mountain Lake, a man-made private lake for recreation use. Groveland Ranger District office of the Stanislaus National Forest is located here in Groveland-Big Oak Flat, California.
|Greeley Hill Road/Smith Station Road/County Road J20
||South to Greeley Hill County Park and the community of Greeley Hill, CA. California State Highway #120 Section #1 ends here at the beginning of the Yosemite National Forest. Section #2 is continued from this point to the highway's eastern terminus.