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Fresno, California, in the San Joaquin Valley, offers a blend of urban living and natural wonders. The gateway to Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia National Parks, this city is your passport to endless outdoor adventures. Residents enjoy a mix of attractions including the Tower District for arts, dining, and entertainment, the Fresno Chaffee Zoo, and beautiful Woodward Park. At the foot of the Sierra Nevada, Fresno also offers diverse cultural experiences, festivals, and a vibrant dining scene, making it a wonderful place to live.
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Nestled by the lower slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range and minutes from Yosemite National Park, Oak Creek is a 55+ community with mountain views. Take a dip in our sparkling pool, play tennis, and meet neighbors in the clubhouse. Feel at home in a town steeped in gold rush history.View Community about Oak Creek
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Fresno?
Packed with intriguing places to go, see, and do, Fresno features:
- Forestiere Underground Gardens
- Shinzen Friendship Garden Inc.
- Oso de Oro Park
- Fresno Chaffee Zoo
- Kearney Mansion Museum
- River Park Shopping Center
- Fig Garden Village
- Mammoth Mall
- Park Place
- What are the best places to eat in Fresno?
Fresno is blessed with abundant farm-fresh dining opportunities. Discover authentic Mexican cuisine, fresh seafood, casual Italian, and delicious pasta. There's an emphasis on proprietor-owned establishments rather than chain outlets. Be treated like family.
- What is Fresno best known for?
Home to seven colleges and universities, the friendly people welcome new neighbors to this community with sensational food and sunshine. Fresno is most famous for its agriculture and farm-to-table fresh produce, which can leads to many hours of fun exploration.
- How is the weather in Fresno?
Enjoy long, hot summers in Fresno, punctuated by short, cool, wet winters. Temperatures rarely dip below 31°F or reach above 106°F. Tourism is at its peak from late May to early October.
- Does Fresno have public transportation?
Yes, the City of Fresno's Transportation Department offers 18 fixed-route bus lines as well as Handy Ride Paratransit Service. The buses are part of a modern, green fleet serving the Greater Fresno Metropolitan area.