Fresno County Blossom Trail 27 Colorful Years
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  Points of Interest
Sanger - This historic town once boasted the “longest flume in the world” which floated lumber from the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the Valley below. On the corner of 5th and Academy is Sanger’s City Park, perfect for a picnic!
Reedley - Named after wheat baron Thomas Law Reed, this river town features some of the oldest homes in Fresno County. The Mennonite Quilt Center and other downtown shops offer turn-of-the-century charm. Cricket Hallow Park offers a riverside retreat.
Orange Cove - Home to the scenic Orange Blossom Trail, this citrus region is one of the prettiest and most fragrant sections of the Trail.
The Historic City Hall and Downtown shops and eateries provide an inviting and unique cultural experience.
Selma - a growing community known as the Raisin Capital of the World, celebrates this heritage at the annual Raisin Festival. The charming downtown hosts a variety of dining and shopping choices.
Visit Selma... America’s Hometown.
Clovis - Old Town Clovis features old west architecture and classic brick sidewalks along vibrant green streetscapes all leading the way to a feast of restaurants, antique stores and unique shopping opportunities.
Kingsburg - Experience a bit of Sweden in Central California by visiting Kingsburg’s Swedish Village featuring Swedish architecture, shops, restaurants and the famed Swedish coffee pot water tower.
Fowler - Home to Champion Raisins, Fowler’s quaint downtown offers unique shopping and dining, and the area boasts a number of raisin and nut packaging plants, where tasting and gift packages are available.
Kings River - This mighty river begins in the high Sierra and winds down to the valley floor, offering the thrill of white water rafting, great fishing, or a quiet canoe trip along the Blossom Trail.
Simonian Farms - This 3rd generation working farm is the official start of the Blossom Trail. Stop to pick up souvenirs and treats for your tour.

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