Introduction to Farmersville, California
Farmersville, California, in Tulare county, is 5 miles SE of Visalia, California and 44 miles SE of Fresno, California. The city is included in the Visalia-Tulare-Porterville metropolitan area. As of the year 2000 census, 8,737 people lived in Farmersville.
Farmersville was named after the Los Tules lake, which was founded by Comandante Pedro Fages.
Farmersville and nearby Attractions
- Porterville Historical Museum
- Tulare County Museum
- Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park
- Ash Street Park
- Jennings Park
- Roys Park
Things To Do In Farmersville
Local parks and recreational areas include the Greenhorn Mountain County Park, the Kern National Wildlife Refuge, Ash Street Park and Roys Park. The Tulare County Museum, the Hanford Carnegie Museum, the Reedley Museum and Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park are all accessible from Farmsersville as well..
Fresno Yosemite International is the nearest major airport.
Farmersville Higher Education
Higher education can be pursued at Reedley College, the College of the Sequoias and Porterville College.