Visalia/Fresno KOA

7480 Avenue 308, Visalia, California, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 7480 Avenue 308, Visalia.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVisalia/Fresno KOA

Reviewed by elboroom

KOA OK

Reviewed Aug 31, 2013
by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

Like all KOAs, you pay more. We were disappointed that "free wi-fi" meant free trial.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Visalia/Fresno KOA

3.00 of 5 stars Good
 

Travel Blogs from Visalia

The language barrier

A travel blog entry by mandmcorp on Dec 22, 2013

1 comment

The strangest part about the Americans is that they don't seem to understand English! Despite the fact that I speak slowly and clearly they are having difficulty understanding me. Last night I had to ring the next camp ground to make a booking and it was like pulling teeth. I had to give her my email address and she could not understand the letters …

Day Nineteen

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 05, 2014

16 photos

... it is. They think it is about 2200 years old. But it isn’t the oldest tree. We are so glad we took the trip to see these trees and the forest. We asked how anyone found these trees and we were told that the Native Americans talked about them but when settlers came and started hunting and trapping in the area, they spread the word about the trees. People didn’t believe that such giant trees exist, so a few were cut ...

Strawbury Fields Forever

A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Sep 21, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

From Santa Cruz I headed south along Hwy 1 which runs as close to the Pacific as you can get. It was another great scenic drive. I stopped in a state park just off the highway and got the very last tent site under the big bridge above. Several other ocean state camp sites were full. The Pacific clearly attracts the crowds. I intended to drive all the way to the KOA in San Luis Obispo a further 80 miles south but got lucky. My ...

July 1: Sequoia National Park

A travel blog entry by ranlo on Jul 01, 2010

12 photos

... the largest tree in the world (amount of wood). Lots of wild flowers especially purple ground cover.


























--Big Trees Trail: can't believe there are so many huge sequoia trees.
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Getting ready

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Dec 28, 2008

4 photos

... the nasty Baja 1000 dirt road, I got caught up in some very deep sand and wrecked. After trying to control the high speed wobble, I went over the handle bars and "ragged dolled" down the rocky road. Since it was raining I had all of my protective gear on including my leather jacket and chaps, and my full faced helmet. I was not knocked out as I was able to tell my riding buddy who followed me to not move me. I did a body survey and ...