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Oakhurst Community Park in Oakhurst, CA

June 20, 2016
Oakhurst Community Park is situated at the south end of Highway 49 in Oakhurst, California. Oakhurst Community Park, situated on Oakhurst Drive, includes soccer fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts, baseball diamond, pavilion with restrooms and open air table space, and play area gear. Oakhurst Community Park keeps on enchanting both occupants and guests alike. Oakhurst Community Park Committee helds it’s first Elegant Auction to raise cash to pay for the extension ...

Something Special About Yosemite Valley Chapel

June 13, 2016
Oakhurst is located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Oakhurst is a beautiful town with alpine views, golf courses, shops, dining and exciting attractions like the Fresno River. Drive 15 minutes to Yosemite National Park, a natural treasure that awakens your spirit. This minimal New England style church was constructed under the sponsorship of the California State Sunday School Association, somewhat by memberships from the youngsters, yet for the most part from the deliberat...

Visit Yosemite Rivers Fly Shop

June 07, 2016
Sierra Fly Fisher Tours now has a shop right on the Hwy 41 as you go through Oakhurst while in transit to the southern passage of Yosemite national Park. Yosemite Sierra Fly Fishing, gives the finest quality fly fishing items, guideline, and individual administration. Yosemite Sierra Fly Fishing offers a huge scope of year round Sierra and Yosemite fly fishing alternatives, extending from dry fly looking for rivulet and rainbow trout in immaculate high knoll springs, to sprite and streamer look...

Visit to Merced County Courthouse!

June 06, 2016
The Merced County Courthouse is the noteworthy district courthouse in Merced County, California. Situated at the convergence of W. 21st and N Streets in Merced, the building served as Merced County’s courthouse from 1875 until 1975. A. A. Bennett, a draftsman who likewise took a shot at the California State Capitol, planned the building. The building’s engineering is novel inside the southern Central Valley; in its National Register designation, the courthouse was called “the ...
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