Into the Sequoias 4
Northern Regions 10
Getting to the Sequoias 16
Southern Regions 18
Discover Tulare County 22
Contact Us 60
Come play in our backyard and you’ll discover the biggest trees, tallest mountains and charming downtowns full of live entertainment, rich history and stunning art.
Tulare County welcomes you with open arms. We can’t wait to show you all we have to offer. We’re home to magnificent mountains, spectacular giant sequoia trees and charming towns. The region boasts abundant choices for camping, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, climbing, boating, mountain biking and many more outdoor activities.
National parks, a national monument and a national forest, plus state, county and city parks, provide a variety of places to explore. From history to art, shopping and entertainment, to some of the most thrilling adventures on your bucket list, you’ll have an unforgettable vacation.We have dozens of ideas for your next getaway.
In the following pages, we’ll take you on a whirlwind tour – complete with must-sees, itinerary ideas, and a look at the people and places that make the Sequoia region a destination you just can’t miss.
See more of our favorites online at discoverthesequoias.com.
#RecreateResponsibly to Protect Yourself, Others, and the Outdoors.
The Recreate Responsibly guidelines offer a starting point for getting outside to keep yourself healthy and to maintain access to our parks, trails, and beaches. For tips on how to travel safely, visit recreateresponsibly.org.
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Discover the Sequoias
Balch Park Pack Station offers horseback hour rides and day rides thru the Giant Sequoias. We also offer pack trips for camping and fishing into the Sequoia National Park and Golden Trout Wilderness. Located in Mountain Home State Forest out of Springville CA Open June thru September.
Café Lafayette will provide you with a fine dining experience in the heart of downtown Exeter, California. Step through the beautifully designed front gate into the stunning brick lined shaded patio. Enjoy a quaint table for two, private party for a special occasion or have your business meeting in this beautiful garden area.
Enter the front dining room with the beautifully created wine bar. Choose to dine in one of two dining areas, at the bar, or simply enjoy our wines brought from all over the state of California as well as a house wine brought from France.
The wine cellar is located in the banquet room which is a perfect place to have a large party for any occasion.
The Dinuba Chamber of Commerce is proud to be a catalyst for business growth, a convener of leaders and influencers, and a champion for a stronger community.
The Exeter Chamber of Commerce is a broad base business organization representing 300 members.
We exist to do things to strengthen the local economy, build business relationships, represent the interest of
business with the government and promote our community.
The International Agri-Center® creates and develops facilities that encourage agricultural and community activities and events, and plans and produces World Ag Expo®, the California Antique Equipment Show®, and the Tulare Backyard Brew Fest. Our center also offers a wide range of facility rentals for any size event. Whether you’re planning a business meeting or producing a large-scale equestrian event, our team can make your vision a reality.
With three classic 9 hole layouts that can be played in different 18 hole rotations, Valley Oaks Golf Course provides great golf at a great value. Set amongst age-old native oak, eucalyptus, and tall pine trees, the three nines meander through a gorgeous setting and provide a great test of golf for players of all abilities. The two original nines, the Valley and the Oaks, are traditional in their design, while the newest nine, the Lakes, is a more modern links style layout