Porterville, CA is 165 miles north of Los Angeles and 254 miles south of San Francisco. The Porterville, CA city flower is the Iris and the city color is Orange and Green and Porterville's average temperature is a beautiful 78.1 degrees F. The Porterville location is located in Central California near the western edge of the Sequoia National Forest, in which it gets its name from the giant sequoia, the world's largest tree known to man. If you are looking for additional information, you can find additional information about Sequoia National Forest in the Porterville, CA yellow pages.Porterville is home to Stafford's Famous Chocolates among many other fantastic places to visit. For additional information about Stafford's Famous Chocolates, you can visit the Porterville, CA business directory. They make anything from custom chocolates, chocolate roses or flowers, chocolate covered strawberries, chocolate suckers, and frozen deserts. There is something for the whole family.
Porterville, CA offers a wide variety of things to do for the whole family. If you are looking for a great thrill, you should stop by the Fun Zone one of Porterville's amusement parks. If you are looking for a nice relaxing day, you should spend the day at Pro Touch Day Spa. If you are looking to do some thing outdoors, you should stop by River Island Golf Course, one of many that Porterville has to offer. Have an eye for history? Visit the Porterville Historical Museum, constructed in 1913, or stop by the Zalud House, built in 1891. If you love the outdoors, Western Divide Highway has some of the best bird watching sites as well as a wonderful forest next to the emerald meadows. In the summertime, at any given time, you can see the following animals: the Calliope Hummingbird, Black Swift, Hammond's Flycatcher, Western Wood-Pewee, MacGillivray's, Black-throated Gray, and Green-tailed Towhee, Hermit Warblers, Lazuli Bunting, Black-chinned Sparrow, and Bullock's Oriole. Some of the specialty birds that reside at Western Divided High way include the following: Northern Goshawk, Mountain Quail, Redbreasted Sapsucker, Steller's Jay, White-headed Woodpecker, Wren-tit, Cassin's Finch and Townsend's Solitaire. If you are looking for additional information on any of these wonderful places, please refer to Porterville, CA yellow pages and Porterville, CA business directory.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan