Tours in Parlier

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  • Squaw Valley Herb Gardens
    Hungry and in a hurry? Great grocery items can be found right around the corner at Squaw Valley Herb Gardens in Squaw Valley. Water junkies can get their gulp on with a swig from Squaw Valley Herb Gardens. You'll be amazed at how much time you can save by buying canned food. It's like a shortcut to a better prepared meal. Next time you're in a rush, check out the amazing TV dinners available here to get you going out the door. Switch up your weekly pasta routine with a new and exciting pasta recipe. Grab some noodles from Squaw Valley Herb Gardens and get cooking. Stay healthy on the regular with the produce available here. It's super fresh and can be used with any meal. When you're in the mood to bake, remember to add a dash of extra sweetness. It will make your creations come alive like never before. Feeling hungry? Pick up some frozen food from here and enjoy a night snacking on all of your favorite items. Don't get enough dairy in your diet? Dairy products from this store are sure to deliver all the nutrients you need. If you need a quick and easy salad dressing, pick up some tasty and healthy oil and vinegar from here. When your food needs a little more flavor, pick up some seasonings or spices from here and enjoy a tasty meal. When you're looking for a caffeine fix, Squaw Valley Herb Gardens has the best coffee and tea to get you going. Health nuts will go crazy for the refreshing beverages available here, a great way to stay happy and hydrated. If you're planning out your weekly meals, you will appreciate the assortment of snacks at Squaw Valley Herb Gardens. Cereal tastes so good, you'll want to eat it around the clock (so go ahead!). Health-conscious eaters will love the wide selection of fish on hand. Squaw Valley Herb Gardens offers a range of classic and signature breads, all of which are fresh and baked to perfection. For mouthwatering meats at an affordable price, head over here and get a bang for your buck. Squaw Valley Herb Gardens is located near endless parking possibilities, allowing drivers to park with ease. Get in and get out of Squaw Valley Herb Gardens with some of the freshest herbs and produce in Squaw Valley.
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    31765 E Kings Canyon Rd
    Squaw Valley, CA US
  • Royal Brewing
    Salad and beer may not be a common pairing, but Royal Brewing aims to make it a successful one. As the Dinuba Sentinel reported, the brewery, which was formed by three Reedley College students, incorporates fruits from the San Joaquin Valley—an area sometimes called "the nation's salad bowl"—into its beers. Its Tigers Blood red ale, for example, is brewed with local blood oranges, while its peach pilsner uses real local peaches. The brewery's other offerings include Golden State lager and Hopnation IPA, as well as several seasonal brews, such as the King Pumpkin imperial pumpkin stout. Guests can pair these fresh, local beers with one of the pub's snacks, such as cheese fondue or Belgian-inspired fries, or take them in a to-go growler so they can enjoy them in their home or backyard mead hall.
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    1401 I Street
    Reedley, CA US
  • Mud N Blood Zombie Run by Hobb's Grove
    The Mud 'n Blood Zombie Run at Hobb's Grove pits runners against 5 kilometers of zombie-infested trails, complete with obstacles and muddy pits to overcome. Runners each wear three flags, or "lives," which zombies on the chase attempt to snatch throughout the course. Runners who lose all their flags "succumb" to the undead plague. Luckily, brave workers have set up medical stations along the course, where runners can renew their flags and grab a swig of water before facing the next set of challenges. At the finish line, those still among the "living" can claim prizes for best costume or join the ranks of the undead at the Dancing Dead Party afterward, which features music, food, and drink.
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    14265 East Goodfellow Avenue
    Sanger, CA US
  • San Joaquin River Stewardship Program
    Though the members of San Joaquin River Stewardship Program spend much of their time testing the San Joaquin River's water quality, studying its insects, and growing and replanting native vegetation, they also help make their prized waterway fun for visitors. They provide outdoor recreation, such as kayaking trips down calm currents during the day and at night, often teaching participants how to fish for rainbow trout and bass. They also lead nature hikes along the shore, where groups can see wildlife and native plants during bird-watching, animal-tracking, plant-identification, and scavenger-hunt excursions. Their outdoor-school programs reflect their dedication to conservation by teaching hands-on activities, exploration, and critical-thinking exercises for budding stewards. They also provide scholarships in canoe and kayak training, as well as fish crowd-control training, for visitors 10–18 years old. To get visitors of all ages interested in water and habitat conservation, they lead year-round river channel and shoreline cleanup projects on foot or in canoes.
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    10645 North Lanes Road
    Fresno, CA US
  • Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad
    Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad's track may only be four miles long, but their trains cover decades in that distance. Here, a duo of antique steam engines—one built in 1913, the other in 1928—tow travelers through the piney wilderness of Sierra National Forest. Along the way, guides provide a glimpse of how America's wilderness looked to the railroad companies and loggers as they worked their way westward and shipped raw materials back east. The lesson also incorporates a bit of biology, as tour-leaders will often deviate from historical discussion to talk about local wildlife or how lumberjacks evolved their ax hands. On certain evenings, the conductors extend the track tour from one-hour to three. Guests begin the evening with a barbecue dinner, then ride the train to a campfire for a sing-along. They then get back on the locomotive for an evening trip back to the modern era.
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    56001 Hwy 41
    Fresno, CA US
  • A Celebration of Wine
    California, like its European counterparts France and Italy, is synonymous with wine. During A Celebration of Wine, libations from 60 regional wineries fill tasting glasses. In addition to rich reds and crisp whites, cuisines from more than 30 central-California eateries are represented. This salute to epicurean taste is organized to raise money for the enology department at Cal State University, Fresno—it's the rare chance to drink wine and support education at the same time. The event itself is even educational, as a cooper takes the stage to perform a popular demonstration of how classic oak barrels are made. Participants can cap off their afternoon with coffee and dessert while dancing to live music performed by giant saxophone-playing grapes.
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    5100 North 6th Street
    Fresno, CA US

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