With so much land to explore and Fresno enviable weather, some of the best recreational activities in the country can be enjoyed in Fresno year round. Fresno includes world famous locations like Yosemite and Lake Tahoe. Explore Fresno’s vast network of hiking and biking trails, or improve your skiing and snowboarding skills at China Perk are all only short drives away.

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Bulldog Stadium has been the home of the Fresno State football team since it first opened in 1980 . Entering its 35th full season hosting the football team in 2015, the 41,031-seat facility has established itself as one of the most difficult places…

Chukchansi Park, formerly Grizzlies Stadium, is a city-owned baseball stadium located in Fresno, California, completed in 2002 as the home for the Pacific Coast League, Fresno Grizzlies. Chukchansi Park is home of the Triple-A National Champions,…

The Clovis Botanical Garden grew out of an idea presented to the Clovis City Council in 1993 by Gordon Russell. By 1995 legal non-profit status was granted to the Clovis Botanical Garden Committee, Inc. In 1998 a suitable site was located on Clovis…

Come discover Fresno’s best kept secret, The Forestiere Underground Gardens. We are a family owned and operated business for 3 generations and counting. Actual site is over 100 years old! In the early 1900s, Sicilian immigrant, citrus grower…

The Fresno Grizzlies are the Triple-A baseball affiliate of the Houston Astros. The club competes in the 16-team Pacific Coast League. In 2015, the Grizzlies won their first Pacific Coast League and Triple-A National Championships in franchise…

The Garden of the Sun includes an extensive orchard of fruit trees, vines and berries; beds of vegetables, herbs, perennials, small space gardening demonstrations, All-American Selections, a sun/shade garden and a compost demonstration area in a…

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks preserve and provide for the enjoyment of present and future generations the wonders, curiosities, and evolving ecological processes of the southern Sierra Nevada – including the largest giant sequoia trees in…

Fresno State’s 5,757-seat Pete Beiden Field at Bob Bennett Stadium is one of the premier college parks in the country. It has hosted eight NCAA Regionals since 1979 and is home to some college baseball’s largest crowds. The stadium is…

San Joaquin River Parkway provides a wide range of program services to protect and restore the San Joaquin River. These include: • Working with willing landowners to protect land through land purchase and donations for public open space, or…

Save Mart Center is home of the Western Athletics Conference Champions, Fresno State Men and Women’s basketball teams and the Fresno State Women’s volleyball team. Save Mart Center at Fresno State is a multi-purpose arena on the campus of California…