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| 07/01/2021 | Baseball, Dine, Things to Do


It's America's birthday and we want to celebrate! Celebrate the July 4th Holiday in Visalia and show your spirit by checking out these festive events and activities.

Watch the Fireworks Extravaganza at the Rawhide Baseball Game at Valley Strong Stadium.

The team is back defending their 2019 California League championship and they are celebrating with post-game fireworks on July 2 and 3. July 2nd fireworks are hosted by Valley Strong Credit Union and the July 3rd fireworks are courtesy of the City of Visalia and Budweiser. They have lots of fun specials during the game including an all-you-can-eat package for the Stihl Saloon! Get your tickets in advance

Farmer Bob’s World is hosting Independence Day down on the farm.

Farmer Bob's World is inviting families to come out and experience the farm for all ages on Saturday, July 3 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.

Tractor pulled wagon Tours starts at 9 am through the McKellar Family Farm citrus groves then pick an orange. Tour their farm equipment and check out the animals. so cute! Popcorn and additional activities will be available.

Farm tour and wagon tour is $15. Purchase online.

Visit Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks. 

There is nothing more patriotic than a trip to our national parks. See the General Sherman Tree, the largest living tree on earth, head deep into Kings Canyon for a look at one of the deepest canyons in north America, or take a hike to Tokopah Falls, Eagle's View or around Crescent Meadow.

Paddle a canoe.

Although the blueberry season is just finished, there are still fun activities at The Big L Ranch. July is the perfect month for paddling along the river on a lazy afternoon. They are open for boat rentals Thursday - Sunday. Enjoy a 90 minute paddle on the Lower Kaweah when you visit the ranch.

Head to the Lake for a day of water fun.

Kaweah Lake is a great spot for water activities. Rent a patio boat and spend the day floating, swimming and sunning. Boats are available from the Kaweah Marina for rent but book early as this will be a popular spot.

Take a picnic to one of Visalia’s many local parks. 

Mooney Grove is the first county park in California and offers lots of Arbors for a picnic. There is lots of wide-open space for a game of tag or frisbee or whatever tradition your family has for the July 4th holiday. Kids will love the play structures, searching for the Log Cabin or feeding the ducks. The lagoon is stocked with fish (license required) and is a great place to teach kids how to cast a line. 

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