143 Clovis Ave
Clovis, CA 93612
Phone: (559) 299-9992
Fax: (559) 299-9994
A fun center designed and operated for the whole family that features three adventure-themed miniature golf courses, as well as a state-of-the-art video game arcade. Some attractions include six waterslides, ten kiddie rides, batting cages, a speedway, bumper boats, sidewinder pro-racers, and two paintball fields.
The Peoples Church is exactly what its name suggests. It is the heart of community life and a place where all the members find something to engage in. From running a school, a creative arts center to hosting team sports, the church is much more than just a place of worship. It is a non-denominational church that was founded in 1954 by many of the local families. The Church is known for its support for arts and you can find the locals gathered here on most holidays for a nice choir performance. It houses the Peoples Church School of Creative Arts, which provides lessons on worship arts. The church's main goal is to connect to the youth and it provides sermons and lectures online and on itunes.
This place has many on-site exhibits, activities, and events for children and adults to learn fun things about nature, science, regional history, and the world around us.
Located on Van Ness Boulevard in West Fresno, First Congregational Church of Fresno is often called The Big Red Church, owing to the bright red color it sports. The vibrant church welcomes all without discriminating in their station in lives or demographic backgrounds and provides a sanctuary where they can all unite in Christ. Offering diverse ministries that cater to people of different ages, this is a church where the entire family can grow spiritually. Apart from regular worship service, the Big Red Church also offers a range of activities, events and services such as Sunday School, childcare, Bible study programs and much more.
One of the most vibrant localities in Fresno, California, The Tower District lies about 4 miles (6.43 kilometers) from the downtown area. Home to many thriving business establishments, restaurants, bars and entertainment spots, The Tower District is famous for the iconic Tower Theater. Arguably the most significant performance venue of the city, the Tower Theater is said to have lead to the plethora of nightclubs, restaurants and bars that propped up in its proximity. You will find some of the most popular joints here, this list includes establishments like Me-n-Ed's, The Landmark, Livingstone's Pub and many more. Needless to say, The Tower District warrants a visit if you want an insight into the Fresno culture.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this historic house is one of the prime houses in terms of historical and architectural significance in the Fresno area. It recaptures the flavor of Victorian Fresno and it is authentically furnished in the period. A costumed docent provides one hour tours of this magnificent home.
The renowned Santa Fe Passenger Depot is a monumental railroad station. It is situated at Fresno in the U.S. State of California. It brags one side platform and one island unique platform. The significant Amtrak California division of rail. The railroad site was opened for the general public post its establishment in 1899 and was rebuilt in 2005. The station hours are 6:15a to 10:00p from Monday through Saturday. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Fresno Chaffee Zoo is located in Fresno, California. The aim of the zoo is to provide a fun experience to its visitors, and also host the Ross Laird's Winged Wonders Bird Show, apart from being home to fascinating fauna. Some of the many species of animals that can be spotted at this zoo are Mexican red-kneed tarantula, lemur, red wolf, scimitar-horned oryx, and tortoise.
Two very small parks that offer an array of amusements for the whole family to enjoy, such as several old carnival rides that include a merry-go- round, a lady bug, an old space ship kiddie ride, a mini kiddie ferris wheel with enclosed cars, a car ride, a helicopter ride, a rock-o-plane, a kiddie roller coaster, and paddle boats to take out on the small lake that separates the two parks.
Fashioned after the ancient crypts that Baldassare Forestiere admired, the Forestiere Underground Gardens is a subterranean blend of patios, courtyards and grottoes. Curved passageways with intricate stonework lead you to the beautifully designed, nature lit courtyards. Sights of various fruit plants at different levels such as oranges, lemons and exotic ones like kumquat, quince and jujube are a sight to behold. Existing for more than a century, this family owned site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit this historic gem for its inspiring beauty and architecture created by an amateur builder.
This family-owned winery is located on the eastern edge of the Madera County wine grape growing region. The tasting room is open on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am until 5 pm, and can also be booked for a private event.
The artificially created lake, Millerton is located just about 30 miles (48.28 kilometers) north of Central Fresno, in Friant. The man-made wonder is spread over 4,900 acres (2,000 hectares) and is home to a great range of flora and fauna. The place is open to general population almost the entire year, offering delightful family and group activities such as hiking, water-skiing, fishing, bird and animal spotting and much more. The lakeshore now includes attractions such as the historic County Courthouse, the Millerton Lake Marina and the Millerton Lake State Recreation Area.