This is a wonderful historical park for Tulare County and the surrounding area. We came to look at the newly displayed caboose as our grandfather had been the brakeman on it for the Visalia Electric Railroad (1920's through the 1960's) and we had an opportunity to ride on it as children in the early 1960's. The museum contains many local Indian artifacts and memorabilia important to the area.
The park has beautiful trees, picnic areas, and a lake with little paddle boats for rent.
Also on display in the park is a replica of the original very famous End of the Trail statue by James Earle Fraser, which was on display at the 1919 San Francisco Exposition. The statue paid homage to the demise of the Native American culture.
We also enjoyed the ducks and geese around the lake as well as a giant slab of Sequoia Gigantea redwood.
Visit this beautiful park and enjoy its' many offerings!
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