Park Inn by Radisson Fresno
Located in central California, Fresno lies within a 3.5-hour drive of Sacramento, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, and is considered the gateway to Yosemite National Park. Designated a national park in 1890, Yosemite covers 1,200 square miles of waterfalls, giant sequoia trees, and towering granite cliffs, attracting thousands of visitors and several anvil-toting wily coyotes each year. Biking and hiking trails crisscross the park, and can take you to Yosemite Falls, the Bridalveil Falls, and Tunnel View, Yosemite's well-known mountain lookout point.Gain some insight into Fresno's history with a walk through the Kearney Mansion, 7 miles west of downtown. Built in 1903 by Martin Theodore Kearney, who heavily contributed to Fresno County’s agricultural development, the mansion retains more than half of its original furnishings and was to be part of a larger complex influenced by France’s Chateau de Chenonceau.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.