Introduction to Exeter, California
Exeter, California, in Tulare county, is 8 miles E of Visalia, California and 46 miles SE of Fresno, California. The city is located in the Visalia-Tulare-Porterville area. There are 9,168 residents in Exeter.
Exeter was established as a town in 1888. In the same year, the Southern Pacific Railroad first entered the city. It was named after Exeter, England. The first school of the community was built in 1897 and the high school district was founded in 1908. The city was incorporated in 1911. Exeter is also known as the 'Citrus Capital of the World.'
Exeter and nearby Attractions
- Exter Golf Course
- Porterville Historical Museum
- Lake Kaweah Recreation Area
- Tulare County Museum
- Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park
- Pixley National Wildlife Refuge
Things To Do In Exeter
Local golfers can enjoy a round at the Exter Golf Course. The Jennie Lakes Wilderness, the Pixley National Wildlife Refuge and the Lake Kaweah Recreation Area offer a wide variety of recreational opportunities. Local churches include the West End Pentecostal Tabernacle, the Foursquare Gospel Church and the Evangelical Methodist Church..
Fresno Yosemite International Airport is nearby.
Exeter Higher Education
Nearby colleges include the College of the Sequoias, Porterville College and Reedley College.