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Not to miss:  The biggest attraction in Visalia is the Sequoia National Park located in Sequoia Valley. The national park is home to the most gigantic trees on Earth, the ‘Giant Sequoia'. Some of the trees in this category are so huge that humans look like small creatures in front of them.
A large number of tourists visit the park every year. The city of Visalia has more than 23 parks, spread over an area of 220 acres. The Mooney Grove Park is the biggest woodland of valley oak in the State. The park offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area. The park also is home to the ... More Tulare County Mooney Grove Museum.
Tourists can learn about the rich cultural and natural heritage of Visalia city and Tulare County in the museum. There is yet another museum located in the city. This is Tule River Historical Society Museum. Visitors can see an array of historical artefacts dating back to the 20th century. Nature lovers can enjoy boating in the Kaweah Lake.
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General opinion:  Visalia city is located at the centre of California State in the United States. It lies in the county of Tulare in California. It is the largest city in the county as well as the county seat. The city is also called Sequoia Valley, as it lies at the beginning of the Valley itself.
The famous Sequoia National Park lies near the city. As per the 2007 census, the city has a population of 117,774. Since the city is spread over an area of 28.6 sq. miles, the population density is 3,204 people per sq. mile. As a consequence, the city of Visalia is said to be densely populated.
... More /> Similar to other cities in California, Visalia experiences a Mediterranean climate. Summers are warm, while winters are cold with July as the warmest month and December as the coldest month in the year. The month of March has the highest level of precipitation.
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