Introduction to Dinuba, California
Dinuba, California, in Tulare county, is 15 miles N of Visalia, California (center to center) and 25 miles SE of Fresno, California . The city is conveniently located inside the Visalia - Tulare - Porterville metropolitan area. There are an estimated 16,844 people in Dinuba.
Dinuba was first named Sibleyville after James Sibley, an engineer. During the late 1800s, Sibleyville was built around a railroad depot of the Southern Pacific Railroad. Sibley and W.D. Tuxbury, both famous landowners of the area, devoted over 240 acres for the development of the new town. Trains began to run on February 27, 1888. Dinuba was finally incorporated in the year 1906.
Dinuba and nearby Attractions
- Alta District Museum
- Dinuba Recreational Park
- Reedley Museum
- Ledbetter Park
- Watsons Antique Farm Museum
- Sanger Depot Museum
Things To Do In Dinuba
The city is full of various museums which are great places to visit during leisure time. The museums speak volumes about the history and culture of the city. There are also many recreational parks in the city which organize various events for adults as well as kids. For food lovers, the city offers many good restaurants and cafes.
Fresno Yosemite International is the nearest major airport that serves the city.
Dinuba Higher Education
The city is served by Reedley College.