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Overview

Nestled in the San Joaquin Valley, Fresno finds itself in prime real estate for two important California institutions: Agriculture, and gorgeous National Parks. Within day-trip distance of four national parks, Fresno is a popular jumping off point to Sequoia, Yosemite, Stanislaus and Sierra National Parks. Around it's own city limits, however, you'll find a wealth of farmland and orchards - you're not likely to get fresher produce anywhere else in California.

Within the city limits you'll find a wealth of parks, shopping centers and water parks to help you beat the heat. Oh, and the heat is real, Fresno regularly records three-hundred sunny days per year. Even botanical gardens go underground to escape the heat - the Forestiere Underground Gardens are a man made underground botanical gardens designed after ancient Roman catacombs. Locals take advantage of all that sunny weather to get outside and celebrate, as Fresno hosts a multitude of festivals throughout the year, from the Fresno Greek Festival to the hilarious Swede Fest - a film festival where low-budget recreations of popular Hollywood movies are created and featured. 

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Fresno Art Museum

Forestiere Underground Gardens

An Oasis in the Central Valley

The Tower District

"Escape the Ordinary"

Fresno County Blossom Trail

Spring's Gorgeous Gown

Shinzen Friendship Garden

Fresno Chaffee Zoo

Gazebo Gardens

A Nursery, Plus Much More

Bulldog Stadium

Fresno Greek Fest

So Much Fun, They Can Only Hold It Once a Year
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