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Most fruit stands will be open during the COVID-19 crisis, with adjustments for market safety. However, tours may not be offered and groups may not be allowed. Please check with the location for status and more information. Some stands with dried fruits and nuts offer shipping.

Fresno County Winery tasting rooms are closed again, but some may still be open for curbside pickup or shipping. Check with the wineries directly for more information.

Indoor dining at restaurants is also suspended. Check with restaurants for outdoor dining and take-out options.

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1 Simonian Farms  BACK TO TOP
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2629 S. Clovis Avenue
Fresno, CA 93725
Phone: (559) 237-2294
Web: www.simonianfarms.com
Open: Year Round
Hours: Daily: 9am - 5:30pm
This fourth-generation family farm grows and directly markets over 180 varieties of fruits and vegetables and has one of the largest selections of dried fruit and nuts in the valley. Come visit Fresno’s newest family attraction, “Simonian Farms Old Town”, a western themed town in a 5,000 sq. ft. barn that includes an old west wine tasting saloon, Route 66 shooting gallery and general store, showcasing many antiques and memorabilia. Great food, historic charm, ample parking and clean public restrooms make this a favorite stop for locals and tourists from around the world. Tour buses welcome!
 

2 Schletewitz Family Farms  BACK TO TOP
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9394 E. North Ave.
Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: (559) 647-5394
Open: Year Round
Hours: Mon-Sat: 8am – 5pm (by appt)
Experience four seasons of farm fresh fruit at this 3rd generation family farm open year round, seven days a week. Schletewitz Family Farm invites visitors to stop by and enjoy delicious mandarins, peaches, apricots, plums, pluots, grapes, pomegranates, garden vegetables, and much more. Walking Farm Tours Available – call for appointment. Call for U-Pick opportunities.
 
3 Garry's Country Store  BACK TO TOP
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11272 E. Central Avenue
Del Rey, CA 93616
Phone: (559) 888-2126
Web: www.garryscountrystore.com
Open: Year Round
Hours: Monday - Friday: 9am - 4pm
Garry's offers a wide variety of dried fruit & nuts produced on site, including gift baskets for all occasions. Flavored by nature, drenched by the sun, and packaged by Garry's, come by for a visit.
 
4 Sanger District Chamber of Commerce  BACK TO TOP
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1789 Jensen Avenue, Suite B
Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: (559) 875-4575
Web: www.sanger.org
Open: Year Round
Hours: Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Stop by for information on Sanger, the Nation’s Christmas Tree City. The Chamber sells Fresno County Blossom Trail Posters, as well as providing Blossom Trail Maps, Fruit Trail Maps and more. Special events held throughout the year call or visit their website for more information.
 
5 Sunflower Farm Stand  BACK TO TOP
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106 S. Academy
Sanger, CA 93657

The Sunflower Farm Stand is closed.
6 Hudson Farms Fruit Stand  BACK TO TOP
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4300 S. Academy Avenue
Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: (559) 779-1569
Web: www.hudsonfarmssanger.com
Open: mid-June – early September/Labor Day
Temporary August Hours: Monday - Friday: 9am - 3:30pm, Saturday: 10am - 3pm
This family farm is back for another year on the Trail, featuring tree-ripened, fresh-picked peaches, plums, and nectarines as well as vine-ripened tomatoes, Armenian cucumbers, seasonal vegetables and ornamental cut flowers. This on-farm stand also offers recipes and educational information about Fresno County agriculture.
 
7 Kings River Winery  BACK TO TOP
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4276 S. Greenwood Ave
Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: (559) 399-3079
Web: www.kingsriverwinery.com
Open: Year Round
Hours: Saturday – Sunday: 1pm – 5pm, and by appointment
This boutique winery is located on the 40-acre farm that owner Bob Bagdasarian was raised on as a child. Since 1954, the Bagdasarian famly has grown wine and raisin grapes, peaches, plums and apricots on this little piece of paradise just south of Sanger. Bob decided to follow his passion and focus on wine. His vision came to fruition with the opening of Kings River Winery, creating the perfect venue for tasting and special events.

8 Circle K Ranch   BACK TO TOP
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8640 E. Manning Avenue
Selma, CA 93662
Phone: (559) 834-1571
Web: www.circlekranch.com
Open: Year Round
Hours: Monday - Saturday: 8:30am - 5:30pm
See tree fruit orchards of peaches, plums, nectarines and grape vineyards, along with a packing house. The Country Store offers fresh fruit in the summer and fall with a large selection of gift baskets and trays of California grown jumbo raisins, almonds, walnuts, pistachios and dried fruit. Free tasting daily. Shade trees, picnic tables, and beverages are available for visitors' comfort. Farm tours available by appointment.
 
9 Selma District Chamber of Commerce  BACK TO TOP
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1821 Tucker
Selma, CA 93662
Phone: (559) 891-2235
Web: www.selma-chamber.com
Open: Year Round
Hours (modified): Monday - Friday: 9am - noon
Representing the businesses in Selma. Stop by for brochures and maps about Selma, the Raisin Capital of the World. Friendly staff are on hand to provide directions and information about Fruit Trail stops as well as local restaurants, shops and attractions.
 
10 Sal's Mexican Restaurant  BACK TO TOP
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2163 Park Street
Selma, CA 93662
Exit 99 at 2nd Street W, left on Wilson, left on Park
(559) 896-7257
Web: www.salsmexicanrestaurants.com
Open: Year Round
Hours: Mon – Fri 11AM – 8PM; Sat 10:00AM – 8PM; Sun 8AM -8PM
You can still use our TAKE OUT and CURBSIDE PICK-UP. CALL 559-896-7257 to place your order. DELIVERY for “Large” orders is available. Please call the location for details. Thank you for understanding and stay healthy!

Family owned business for over 50 years, still in the same original location. A local favorite for authentic Mexican cuisine - Sal's offers casual family dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Year-round catering, take-out and local deliveries are also available. The Salazar Family welcomes Fruit Trail visitors to Sal's.
 

11 Sun-Maid Growers of California  BACK TO TOP
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13525 S. Bethel Avenue
Kingsburg, CA 93631
Phone: (559) 897-6363
Web: www.sunmaid.com
Open: Open Year Round
Hours (modified): Due to COVID-19: The Sun-Maid Market Store is temporarily closed for walk in, but is open for online and phone orders
Gifts of California Sunshine. Sun-Maid is in the heart of the world's largest raisin producing region where nature has provided ideal conditions for drying freshly picked California grapes into sun-dried raisins. Come and taste why for over 100 years, Sun-Maid has been the world's favorite raisin. Sun-Maid products, confections, gifts and gift baskets available. From freeway 99 take the Mountain View exit east 1 mile to Bethel Avenue, and then turn south on Bethel.
 
12 For the Birds: Garden Gifts  BACK TO TOP
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1332 Draper Street (inside Village Mall)
Kingsburg, CA 93631
Phone: (559) 897-8070
Web: 4thebirdsgardengifts.wordpress.com
Open: Year Round
Hours: Mon – Sat 10am-5pm
Offering a great selection of handcrafted and unique garden and metal art, wind chimes, crosses, fountains, bird baths, bird houses, feeders, locally made potting benches & tables. Visitors will find many “one of a kind” items handcrafted by talented local, national, and international artisans. Re-purposed lumber or other materials are used in many of the items. Located in the quaint Swedish Village of Kingsburg, For the Birds offers a fun place to find garden and patio gifts. Call about trip planner and events. Groups and buses welcome.
 
13 Kingsburg Swedish Village / Kingsburg Chamber of Commerce  BACK TO TOP
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1475 Draper Street
Kingsburg, CA 93631
Phone: (559) 897-1111
Web: www.kingsburgchamber.com
Open: (Closed through May 11) Year Round
Hours: Monday – Friday: 8am – 4pm
Enjoy this Swedish Village featuring brightly colored Swedish architecture, Dala horses, Swedish flags and bay trees. Stroll through a quaint downtown featuring over 30 restaurants and unique gift and collectibles shops. Stop into the Kingsburg Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center - and receive a hearty Valkommen to Fresno County.

Special Events throughout the year. Call or visit website for additional information.
 
14 Berry Lady Farm Store  BACK TO TOP
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39771 Road 28
Kingsburg, CA 93631
(559) 897-0963
Web: www.berryladyfarms.com
Open: May - July
Hours: Monday – Saturday: 9am – 6pm
This family berry farm offers freshly picked blueberries, blackberries, and Ruby boysenberries as well as homemade jams, baked goods and gift items. Farm tours available by appointment, groups and busses welcome. Located one mile from the beautiful Swedish Village. Groups and buses welcome!
 
15 Friesen Family Farms    BACK TO TOP
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15496 E. Saginaw Avenue
Kingsburg, CA 93631
Phone: (559 ) 859-0842
Web: www.friesenfamilyfarms.com
Open: May – August
Hours: Monday - Friday: 8am – 6pm, Saturday: 8am – 5pm
Enjoy the freshest fruit available on this small family farm with a packing shed and fruit stand on site. Featuring peaches, nectarines, plums and apricots. Fruit is picked and packed daily. Featured on the television program Road Trip with Huell Howser #151.
NOTE: As the season slows down, the stand may have shorter hours and be closed some days due to a lack of fruit. The website, www.friesenfamilyfarms.com, will be kept current. Please check the website or call for updates
 
16 Royal Dawn Berries  BACK TO TOP
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15958 E. Rose Avenue
Kingsburg, CA 93631
Phone: (559) 897-8629
Web: www.royaldawnberries.com
Open: May – mid July
Hours: Monday – Saturday: 9am – 6pm; Sunday 1pm – 5pm
This family farm grows delicious fresh blueberries and blackberries which are picked daily. In addition, the Berry Cottage carries homemade jams, sauces, and made to order baked goods. Pre order coffee cakes and cobblers for pick up on Fresh Baked Fridays throughout the season. Come out to experience the friendly country farm atmosphere and take a stroll through the cottage garden to enjoy nature’s bounty. Group tours by appointment.
 
17 Bari Olive Oil Company  BACK TO TOP
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40063 Road 56
Dinuba, CA 93618
Phone: (559) 595-9260
Web: www.barioliveoil.com
Open: Year Round
Hours (Modified): Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm
Bari Olive Oil, Gift Shop and Tasting Room offers a complete line of locally grown certified organic olive oils, infused olive oils and vinegar. Bari products are a great addition to your family’s dinner table. Think Local. Think Organic. Think Bari.
 
18 Mennonite Quilt Center and Museum  BACK TO TOP
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1012 G Street
Reedley, CA 93654
Phone: (559) 638-3560
Web: www.mennonitequiltcenter.org
Open: Closed through April 30 Year Round
Hours: Monday – Friday: 9am - 4pm, Saturday 9am - 3pm
The Mennonite Quilt Center and Museum is a fabric store and quilt gallery, and most importantly a community of volunteers working together for world relief. Owned and operated by the Mennonite Central Committee, every purchase benefits their work of relief, development and peace in the name of Christ. The Mennonite Quilt Center and Museum offers fabric from the top designers, classes and longarm quilting services as well as many gifts and quilts for purchase. It is also the only quilt museum in the Central Valley.

Shop online for delivery or curbside pickup (call 638-3560 to arrange pickup time)
 

19 Cedar View Winery / Sequoia View Bed & Breakfast  BACK TO TOP
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1384 S. Frankwood Avenue
Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: (559) 787-9412
Web: www.cedarviewwinery.com
Open: Year Round
Winery Hours: Saturday and Sunday: Noon – 5pm; Friday 5pm-8pm (June-Sept)
Cedar View Winery focuses on crafting rare and eclectic wine varietals. They create balanced, food-friendly, and palette-pleasing wines that reflect the full potential of California’s Central Valley region. Traditional and hand-crafted methods are used to produce all their wines. Located in a beautiful vineyard setting at the base of the Sierras, the Winery produces outstanding wines which have earned local, regional and international medals in competitions. The B&B is open year round, 7 days a week by reservation.

 

20 Schoolhouse Restaurant & Tavern  BACK TO TOP
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1018 S. Frankwood Avenue
Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: (559) 787-3271
Web: www.schoolhousesanger.com
Open: Year Round
Hours: Calls are answered beginning at 11:00am Wed-Sun. We are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Lunch Menu- 11:30-4:00pm Dinner Menu- 4:00pm-7:00pm (8pm on Fridays and Saturdays)

Outdoor patio seating available, reservations strongly recommended. We will continue take-out. You may call-in your order for a future date as well as same day orders. Or, you are welcome to stop in to place your order. Online ordering is not available at this time.

This historic country school house established in 1921 is formerly known as the Sherwood Inn. Located 20 minutes east of Fresno in the Sanger countryside, this rustic, elegant establishment offers housemade “New American” cuisine that represents a modern approach to classic dishes. With a focus on seasonally fresh local ingredients, the relaxed yet friendly atmosphere offers an extraordinary dining experience that is not just about food and drink, but making a lasting memory.
 
21 Blossom Trail Fruit Stand / Gerawan Farming   BACK TO TOP
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Highway 180 and Reed Avenue
Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: (559) 787-3015
Web: www.prima.com
Open: May-Oct
Hours: Daily: 8:30am – 5:30pm
The Blossom Trail Fruit Stand sells locally grown produce from Gerawan Farms. Enjoy farm fresh peaches, plums, nectarines, apricots, dried fruit and nuts.
 
22 Wonder Valley Ranch Resort  BACK TO TOP
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6450 Elwood Road
Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: (559) 787-2551
Web: www.wondervalley.com
Open: August – June
Hours: Call for Reservations
Nestled in the foothills, this full service resort is available to groups, weddings and individuals. Abundant on-site recreational activities such as horseback trail rides, boating and fishing, sports courts and much more. Special tour packages available for the Fresno County Fruit Trail.
 

23 Marechal Vineyards  BACK TO TOP
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1835 N. Zediker Ave
Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: (559) 578-3470
Web: www.marechalvineyards.com
Open: Year Round
Hours: Sat and Sun 11am-5pm, and by Appointment
Marechal Vineyards strives to provide guests with high quality, award winning wines, and a relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere. Marechal offers unparalled views from the vineyard.

Call or Visit Website for more information.
 

24 Valley Oak Winery  BACK TO TOP
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11809 E. Belmont Ave
Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: (559) 940-6040
Web: www.valleyoakwinery.com
Open: Year Round
Hours: Sat - Sun Noon - 5pm, and by appointment
The Ubick family has been growing wine grapes in Fresno County for over a century. The first Ubick farm site (1916) is now a part of the Fresno State farm school. Ubick Vineyards released the first commercial vintage in 2008. The family established Valley Oak Winery in 2017 to produce and market wines under the Ubick Vineyards and other house labels. Valley Oak Winery features wines that are fruit forward and rich in aromas and flavors unique to the vineyard and the vintage year.

25 MOA Oasis Garden  BACK TO TOP
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5790 N. Indianola
Clovis, CA 93619
Phone: (559) 324-0465
Web: moa-fresno.org
Open: April - December
Hours: Mon - Sat 8am - 1pm
Mokichi Okada Association’s (MOA) Oasis Garden, home of the Organic Stone Fruit Jubilee, offers a family-friendly experience to visitors, complete with farm and garden tours. Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables available for purchase. Additionally, visitors may choose to enjoy the herb garden, learn about compost, taste fruits and vegetables, as well as relax in the gardens and enjoy a tea ceremony by the Japanese Tea House. Group tours are available by appointment.
 
26 Old Town Clovis  BACK TO TOP
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Downtown Clovis
Clovis, CA 93612
Phone: (559) 298-5774
Web: www.oldtownclovis.org
Open: Year Round
Hours:Shop & Restaurant Hours Vary
Experience the charm of this meticulously restored historic downtown. Enjoy a variety of restaurants and shops including antiques, collectibles, and one-of-a-kind gifts. Lodging is also available. Come out and enjoy the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market every Friday evening May – September. For the latest Old Town updates visit the website, and follow on Facebook and Twitter.
Special Events include July's Peach Party & Pole Vault Championship, September’s Pistachio Party & more.

Visit www.caringforclovis.com to support local Shops & Restaurants closed or restricted by COV-19
 

27 Gibson Farm Market at Fresno State  BACK TO TOP
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5368 N. Chestnut Ave.
Fresno, CA 93740
Phone: (559) 278-4511
Web: www.fresnostate.edu/agf/farmmarket
Open: Year Round
Fall Hours: Mon-Fri 9am- 5pm; Sat 10am-5pm

The Gibson Farm Market at Fresno State features the largest selection of award-winning Fresno State wines, ice cream, milk, cheese, farm fresh produce, sweet corn, indoor and outdoor plants, raisins, almonds, olive oil, pistachios, top quality meats, jams, sauces, and Fresno State Agriculture apparel. All of the premium agriculture products are student-produced on the 950 acre Fresno State Farm laboratory.

Wine tasting has been suspended until further notice.
 

28 Enzo's Table   BACK TO TOP
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1959 N. Willow Avenue
Clovis, CA 93619
Phone: (559) 298-8290
Web: enzostable.com
Open: Year Round
Hours: Monday – Saturday: 8:30am – 6pm; Sunday 9am – 5pm
Over 60 plus years, the Ricchiuti family’s farm market and specialty store Bella Frutta, newly renamed ENZO’S TABLE, has become a popular, local favorite with a wide variety of goods including fresh and dried fruit, assorted nuts, candies, firewood, gifts, and their award-winning ENZO estate grown organic extra virgin olive oil. Today, Patrick V. Ricchiuti and his son Vincent represent the third and fourth generation of agriculturalists who remain committed to the family tradition of providing the highest quality products and customer satisfaction.
 
29 Wawona’s Peach Tree Fruit Stand  BACK TO TOP
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1265 N. Minnewawa Avenue
Clovis, CA 93611
Phone: (559) 299-2901
Web:www.wawona.com
Open: May – October
Hours: Monday – Saturday: 9am – 6pm, Sunday: 10am – 4pm
Off Season: Thursday 12pm - 6pm, Saturday 9am – 4pm
The Peach Tree Fruit Stand sells fresh, locally grown fruit; specializing in peaches and peach products. We carry fresh and frozen items processed right here in Clovis at Wawona Frozen Foods. Owned and operated by the Smittcamp Family for over 60 years, the Peach Tree is a local favorite! Samples of all items, fresh and frozen, are always available.
 
30 Fresno County Strawberry Stands   BACK TO TOP
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Open: April - June
Hours: Daily, hours vary
California produces almost 90% of U.S. strawberries – with Fresno County strawberries being the best flavored. 95% of Fresno County strawberries are grown by farmers from the Hmong and Mien hill tribes of Laos. These farmers take great pride in their crops and agricultural heritage. Come experience fresh picked sweetness at these wonderful roadside stands. Strawberry stands are shown on the map with strawberry icons.
  • A)  Saechao’s Fresh Strawberry Farm (Chestnut near Florence)
  • B)  Simonian Farms (Jensen & Clovis Ave)
  • C)  Dou Moua Ly Strawberry Stand (Jensen & Thompson)
  • D)  Kao Saechao’s Strawberry Farm (NE corner of McCall & Manning)
  • E)  May Saelee’s Strawberry Farm (Hwy 43, ½ mile W of Hwy 99)
  • F)  Koy’s Fresh Strawberry Farm (Mountain View & Academy in Kingsburg)
  • G)  Pao Saephan's Fresh Strawberries (SW corner of Manning & Reed in Reedley)
  • H)  Choinam’s Strawberry Farm (McCall & Belmont)
  • I)  Chingfou Strawberry Stand (SW corner of McCall & Ashlan)
  • J)  Yang’s Strawberry Farm (Fowler Ave ¼ mile south of Clinton)
  • K)  Saetern’s Strawberry Farm (Shaw, ½ mile west of De Wolf Ave)
  • L)  Siong’s Strawberry Farm (Behymer east of Willow)
  • M)  Ming’s Strawberry Farm (Herndon, ¼ mile east of Willow Ave)
  • N)  Saetern’s Farm (Shaw and Grantland Ave)
  • O)  Thao’s Farm (Dakota near Brawley)
  • P)  Saechao’s Fresh Strawberry Farms (Marks, ½ mile north of Clinton)