- San Joaquin, Corozal, Corozal District, in Belize
- San Joaquín, Bolivia
- San Joaquin de Flores, in Heredia, Costa Rica
- San Joaquín, Chile, Santiago Metropolitan Region, in Chile
- San Joaquín, Ecuador
- San Joaquín, Querétaro, Mexico
- San Joaquin, Iloilo, in the Philippines
- San Joaquin, California, United States
- San Joaquin River
- San Joaquin Valley
- San Joaquin County, California
- San Joaquin (soil), the state soil of California
- San Joaquin Hills, in Orange County, California, USA
- San Joaquín, Carabobo, Venezuela
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