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Mooney Grove Park and Museum

Mooney Grove Park and Museum

The first county park in the State of California, Mooney Grove was established in 1909 to protect the grove of oak trees for future generations. Nestled in this beautiful park is the Tulare County Museum, just one of the attractions that visitors can experience while enjoying this unique green space. The museum features one of the largest Native American basket collections on display, exhibits on the many cultures that contributed to making this area a world leader in agricultural production, as well as artifacts from Visalia’s days as a wild west outpost.
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Visalia Adventure Park

Visalia Adventure Park

Fun, food and excitement for the whole family. Play mini golf, laser tag, race on the go-karts and challenge yourself in the arcade. Or have fun in the Sequoia Springs Splash Park, a 42-foot water structure with four slides a wooden, 900-gallon barrel, as well as interactive water cannons and spinners. It offers water three slides of various thrill levels and a smaller slide for younger kids. The water zone is themed after Sequoia National Park, featuring rustic and natural elements reminiscent of the massive sequoia trees for which the area is known. The park has a commitment to sustainability and green energy. All water is treated and reused, and the attraction uses solar power.
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Kaweah Oaks Preserve

Kaweah Oaks Preserve

Kaweah Oaks Preserve, a 344-acre nature preserve, protects one of the last remaining valley oak riparian forests in the San Joaquin Valley. When you walk along the trails at Kaweah Oaks Preserve, you can easily imagine how this area looked before it was settled 100 years ago. More than 300 plant and animal species live, feed or reproduce at the nature preserve, including gray fox, great horned owl, Nuttall's woodpecker, wild grapevines, willow thickets and majestic valley oaks. Follow each of the four marked trails with information about the plants and animals you will find here.
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Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park

Visitors from around the world come to Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks to see the largest living thing on earth, the General Sherman Tree, as well as many other sites that make it one of the top parks to visit. Climb to the top of Moro Rock with its panoramic view of the Sierra Nevada mountains, hike to Tokopah Falls, the tallest falls in the park, or stroll through Crescent Meadow to see wildflowers in bloom. Drive to Roads End along the roaring Kings River or stop by the General Grant Tree, a living memorial to the men and women of the Armed Services. Listen to a Ranger talk, go deep into Crystal Cave or take a private tour. There is so much to see and do when you visit Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.
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Sequoia Shuttle

Sequoia Shuttle

The Sequoia Shuttle, operates all summer long and is the perfect way for visitors to get to Sequoia National Park from Visalia, CA. The shuttle departs from most Visalia hotels several times a day, seven days a week from May to September for the trip into the park. Each 16-passenger shuttle is wheelchair accessible, features comfortable seats, luggage space, and an informative video during the trip. Reservations are required and includes park entry fee. Once inside the park, visitors take advantage of unlimited in-park bus service to all the parks major attractions like Moro Rock and the General Sherman Tree. The in-park are completely ticketless, so simply hop on and off at any stop. At the end of the day, the Sequoia Shuttle will return riders back to their hotel.
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