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San Joaquin Valley
Tulare County is in the Central Valley of California, south of Fresno and north of Bakersfield. It borders Fresno County, Inyo County, Kern County, and Kings County. The county has a population of over 471,013 people. Tulare County is home to the World Ag Expo in Tulare. The geographic region is culturally diverse and agriculturally rich. Tulare County's total economic picture includes agriculture, logistics, substantial packing and shipping operations, major manufacturing plants, healthcare, and bioeconomy.
Visalia is the oldest San Joaquin Valley town between Los Angeles and French Camp, a little town just south of Stockton. It is the Crown Jewel of the San Joaquin Valley, well worth your time to take the 198-exit east to Visalia from Highway 99. The city's natural charm and gracious, vibrant community captivate visitors year-round with experiences highlighted by live entertainment, stunning art, rich history, and world-class restaurants. Savor Visalia’s fresh from the farm cuisine at one of our many sidewalk cafes, take a stroll along Main Street, and tour the nation’s richest agricultural region. Take on hiking, biking, rafting, or a snowshoeing adventure, and relax afterward with a glass of our celebrated local brews. With beautiful weather, friendly people, and hundreds of options to explore, all we need is the explorer – you.
Located to the northeast of Visalia is Sequoia National Park, housing groves of Giant Sequoia trees including the most massive on earth, the "General Sherman." Nearby cities include Fresno (approximately 44 miles to the northwest) and Bakersfield (approximately 75 miles to the south). Visalia houses 23 parks encompassing over 220 acres of land. The city is also home to several cultural and recreational sites, and home to the Visalia Oaks, a Minor League baseball team which is the single-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. Come and visit Visalia and experience the beauty, culture, and unique flavor of Visalia year-round. Spend an evening at the symphony in the beautiful Fox Theater, dine in one of the city’s many restaurants or have a hiking, biking, whitewater rafting or horseback adventure in a place of unmatched natural beauty!