Econo Lodge Sequoia Area
1400 S. Mooney Blvd.
Visalia, CA 93277
Phone: (559) 732-6641
Fax: (559) 739-7520
1400 S. Mooney Blvd., Visalia, CA, US, 93277
- Phone: (559) 732-6641
- Fax: (559) 739-7520
This company offers half and full day trips on class three, four, and five rapids. They also provide inflatable canoes.
Nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountains, the Sequoia National Park is truly a natural treasure that is filled with canyons, majestic sequoia trees and rugged terrain. Apart from enjoying the scenic views, visitors can indulge in activities like camping, hiking, winter sports, and horseback riding. The park is managed jointly alongside the Kings Canyon National Park.
Located at the center of the Sequoia National Park, Moro Rock is an unusual granite rock formation. Visitors can hike to the top for a stunning vistas of the landscape from the viewpoint. The hike is not possible during the winters due to the snowfall. There is also a stairway offering an easy route to the top. This geological landmark is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Enjoy one of California's finest whitewater rafting trips with this company that provides deluxe one or two day whitewater rafting trips on the Class III Kings River.
The Valley's only indoor climbing gym, this place offers top rope, crack, and lead climbing for first time to experienced climbers to enjoy a great and safe indoor climbing experience.
A state-of-the-ice skating and family entertainment center that has an NHL size arena, full service pro shop, glass enclosed warm room, and video arcade. This place offers lessons, hockey, and special group events.
A full service bowling center that provides fun for the whole family, plus offers leagues, special events, and a snack bar.
This 18 hole, semiprivate golf course is in the very fertile river bottom of the San Joaquin River and it contains thousands of trees that provide an opportunity to test your ability to control the golf ball.
This 42 acre waterpark features a total of ten adult slides, six children's slides, and a children's play area complete with a tipping bucket that releases 500 gallons of water. Amusement rides, a miniature golf course, and an arcade are also a part of this park.
Designed in 1939 by William P.
Sequoia National Forest is a must-see site in California. Home to majestic Sequoia groves, the forest features a varied landscape marked by glacial canyons, granite monoliths, caves and many other formations. The forest is filled with natural wonders that are just waiting to be discovered. You can also enjoy activities like hiking, horse-back riding, camping, and water sports.