Armenian Museum of Fresno Housed at the University of California Center Exhibition Hall in Fresno, the Armenian Museum of Fresno was established in 2003 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The Museum highlights the contributions of Armenians and Armenian-Americans to California and the Central Valley in particular, complementing the cultural fabric of Central California.
But thanks to the recent storms, China Peak is reopening Friday, March 2, 2108 with plans to operate Fridays through Mondays through April. CRAIG KOHLRUSS email@example.com This scene from February 2017 of skiers making use of some fresh powder at China Peak has been a rarity at the ski resort just east of Huntington Lake during the 2017-18 season due to a lack of snow.
Fresno’s Christmas Tree Lane is a tradition going back 95 years. Each December, North Van Ness Boulevard in Fig Garden becomes a one-way street lined with hundreds of trees and homes all decked-out for the holidays. Visitors can drive the 2-mile stretch from Shields to Shaw all the way until Christmas Day.
The Clovis Botanical Garden is a 3-acre water-wise demonstration garden of plants and landscapes appropriate for California's Central Valley climate. The Clovis Botanical Garden is a 3-acre water-wise demonstration garden of plants and landscapes appropriate for California's Central Valley climate.
Club One Casino offers award-winning American, Asian and Mexican cuisine 24 hours a day. At the gaming tables or in our bar/restaurant, enjoy a wide range of great food and hearty drinks from our diverse menu. Take-out, catering and private events, too! Go to Facebook page for our daily specials.
Fresno Chaffee Zoo offers group rates for educational groups and private party groups. Private parties must call the Zoo at (559) 498-5910 and make reservations to receive group admission rates. View group rates. Educational groups. If you are part of an educational group you can book online or call (559) 498-5920 to make reservations.
The Fresno County Blossom Trail 2018 season is now over. Thanks for supporting CA Agriculture! Traditionally, the trail comes into full bloom mid-late February through March. We will update this page as we near the start of the 2019 blossom season.
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Your postitive experience at Island Waterpark is our main goal. Thanks for being a much appreciated Island Waterpark Guest! Thanks for being a much appreciated Island Waterpark Guest! Absolutely loved this place! Had the ultimate season pass that made driving the 130miles, from Bakersfield to Fresno, worth it! Thank you, Island Water Park, for ...
Kearney Park became the first County's park in 1949 with the signing of an agreement with the Regents of the University of California. The 225 acre park, located on Kearney Boulevard, is seven miles west of Fresno and draws the greatest number of visitors among the parks in the regional park system.
The park itself isn't anything special and it can get fairly dirty from people's trash. Even though it's riddled with duck poop everywhere, I would recommend going to Oso de Oro over this place. At least if you have smaller kids who like play equipment and you want shaded outdoor seating.
Old Fresno Water Tower (1894) 2444 Fresno Street George Washington Maher, Architect American Romanesque. Description. The Old Fresno Water Tower is located at Fresno and O Streets in downtown Fresno. Built in the American Romanesque style, it stands 109 feet high, with a storage capacity of 250,000 gallons in its water tank.
Sloan Johnson Oso de Oro Lake Park located at 5550 N. Forkner – Make a Reservation. Since opening in June 1995, Sloan Johnson Oso de Oro Lake Park has been the recipient of National and State awards for innovation and design excellence. It was also the model for the District’s Trolley Creek Park in southeast Fresno.
Roeding Park Regional Sports Complex: Neighborhood Parks: Entrance Fee: Woodward, Roeding and Regional Sports Complex: $5 per vehicle ($3 per vehicle with a senior citizen, age 65 or older, as passenger or driver.) Entry fees on holidays will be $7 per vehicle. Park entrance fee shall be waived for motor vehicles displaying a valid disabled person placard.
Yosemite Valley is the main destination for most visitors but there are many places to go in the park. Early birds avoid traffic! From spring through fall, arrive in the park before or after peak hours (before 9 am and after 5 pm) to avoid delays and traffic congestion.