Overview of Visalia
With a backdrop like the Sierra Nevada mountains and an excellent family friendly atmosphere, Visalia apartments for rent practically sell themselves. Located in the heart of San Joaquin Valley near several metropolitan areas, Californians who live here can enjoy a warm and welcoming community with all of the amenities of big-city living only a short drive away. Despite the reputation that California has for being an expensive destination, residents in Visalia enjoy a surprisingly low cost of living, according to City-Data.
Living in Visalia, CA
Visalia got its name from Nathaniel Vises' ancestral home in Visalia, Ky. Vises was the first European settler to come to the area in the mid-1800s. Many residents soon began flocking to the area as America began to spread westward. Visalia quickly became incorporated during the Civil War and later moved into city status during the 1870s. Although Visalia may have gotten its start as a creekside settlement of pioneers, the city has made great strides since then. According to City-Data, Visalia has seen a 35 percent jump in population growth from 2000 to 2010 and is currently home to nearly 125,000 residents, according to information from the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau.
Visalia Attractions and Special Events
There are few small towns in California that have scenery to rival that of Visalia. Since it is nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, there are plenty of opportunities for fishing, camping and hiking. The city is also near several parks and trails, including the General Sherman Tree Loop, home to the world's largest living organism - the General Sherman, a beautiful California redwood tree.
This quiet California town is also home to one of the most productive agricultural regions in the country, so you must take advantage of the fresh produce here at one of the city's many famous restaurants in the historic downtown square. Because of the community's farm-to-fork mentality, it was ranked by USA Today and Rand McNally in 2010 as one of the nation's Best Small Towns for Food.
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