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About Fresno County

Experience Another Side of California. 

Fresno County is home to a diverse community, all of whom have a deep pride in our area—and once you’re here, it’s easy to see why. From thrilling outdoor adventures and the heartland of farm-to-fork dining to a thriving arts scene, unique attractions, and a variety of events. Three national parks stand within 90 minutes of Fresno and Clovis. Fresno County is the real deal. It is California from a different view and a hell of a lot more. True travelers will be the ones to find out. 


10 Top Facts About Fresno County


11.  Fresno is the fifth largest city in California. Gif 11


9. Fresno County is centrally located in California. 

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1. Reach three national parks within a 90-minute drive from Fresno and Clovis.

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2. Kings Canyon National Park is located in Fresno County.gif 2


10.  Kings Canyon at 8,200 feet deep is 2,000 feet deeper than the Grand Canyon.

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3. The area has more than 300 days of sunshine annually.

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4. The nation's food is grown in Fresno County. It's one of the top agricultural producing county in the United States.

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5. Not only does Fresno County send its produce across the nation, but also ships goods to 95 countries around the world. 

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7. The home where Pulitzer Prize and Academy Award winner William Saroyan spent his final 17 years is now the William Saroyan House Museum. Many landmarks in Fresno are named in his honor, including the Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center’s William Saroyan Theatre.  

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8. Fresno-born Broadway star Audra McDonald, began her career performing in shows at Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater in Fresno.

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