Ag Trails

Fresno County Blossom Trail
A 62-mile self-guided motor tour featuring blossoming stone fruit orchards, citrus groves, vineyards and historical points of interest. Peak season is late February through mid-March. Contact at (559) 600-4271. M-F, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Fresno County Fruit Trail
This self-guided tour through California’s agricultural heartland celebrates the beauty, flavor and culture of this region. Enjoy orchards full of ripe fruit and visit local fruit stands, farmers markets and related attractions to find the freshest of fruit and other delectable produce. Fruit Trail season is May through September each year. (559) 600-4271.

Kings River Country Tour
The Kings River Country tour provides historical and educational stops against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada foothills just below Sequoia/ Kings Canyon National Parks. Sights that may be included in this tour are the Sierra Endangered Cat Haven, Sequoia View Vineyards, the historic Reedley Opera House, the Mennonite Quilting Center and specialty shopping in Reedley. Individual and group accommodations can be provided at Wonder Valley Ranch Resort. For information call (800) 821-2801.

Wildflower Trail
The Judith Preuss Wildflower Trail is a beautiful foothill drive for any time of the year, and a favorite for photographers particularly from late February through May when the flowers are in their fullest bloom. The Trail begins in Old Town Clovis and winds southeast to join Highway 168 east of town. See Carpenteria, Redbud, Buck Brush, Lupine and Buckeye wildflowers, to name a few. (559) 299-7363.