Introduction to Orange Cove, California
Orange Cove History
Orange Cove was once owned by Elmer M. Sherdian. He made contacts with the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway officials so he could persuade them to construct a road through that district. In fact, it was Sherdian who named the area Orange Cove, though no orange groves existed at that time. The city of Orange Cove was incorporated in 1948.
Orange Cove and Nearby Attractions
- Meux Home Museum.
- Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks.
- Imagine U Children's Museum.
- Tulare County Museum.
- Woodville Park.
- Grant Grove National Parks.
Things To Do In Orange Cove
Orange Cove includes a number of beautiful landscapes surrounded by the orange groves where you can enjoy a wonderful day trip with your family. It is one of the best destinations for skiers. You can also enjoy boating and trout fishing in the nearby Kings River.
Orange Cove Transportation
International air transportation is available from Fresno Yosemite International Airport.
Orange Cove Higher Education
Reedley College is nearby.