California’s Southern Sierra

Nestled between Yosemite and Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, California’s Southern Sierra contains some of the most pristine wilderness suitable for camping, hiking, fishing and a myriad of other recreational opportunities. Home to the Pacific Crest and John Muir Trails, this region’s visitors will experience serene lakes, majestic falls, amazing granite rock formations and the giant sequoias in McKinley Grove. From downhill & cross country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter, to backpacking, rock climbing, water sports and world class sailing in the summer, recreation activities abound – or one can just enjoy the incredible mountain scenery.

  • Wyndham Visalia
    9000 W. Airport Drive
    Visalia, CA 93277
    559-651-5000
    www.wyndham.com/visalia
    Wyndham Visalia
    9000 W. Airport Drive
    Visalia, CA 93277
    559-651-5000

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    Wyndham Visalia
    9000 W. Airport Drive
    Visalia, CA 93277
    559-651-5000

    www.wyndham.com/visalia

    Guests find themselves drawn to our full-service Wyndham Visalia hotel for a host of different reasons from business to pleasure. Centrally located between Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.

  • Visalia Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
    P.O. Box 2734
    Visalia, CA 93279
    559-334-0141
    www.visitvisalia.org
    Visalia Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
    P.O. Box 2734
    Visalia, CA 93279
    559-334-0141

    www.visitvisalia.org
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    Visalia Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
    P.O. Box 2734
    Visalia, CA 93279
    559-334-0141

    www.visitvisalia.org

    Nestled in the foothills below the majestic Sierra Nevada. Visalia is the Gateway of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.

    The city’s charm and strong community welcome visitors year-round for an experience filled with live entertainment, stunning art, rich history, and world-class restaurants.

    Savor the city’s fresh farm to fork cuisine at one of many sidewalk cafes, take a stroll in the quaint Downtown district, tour the richest agricultural region in the United States, browse boutiques and antiques, having a hiking, biking, rafting, or snowshoeing adventure, and relax with a glass of local wine. With beautiful weather, friendly people, and hundreds of explorations, all we need now is the explorer.