You will feel as if you have found an oasis when you visit our hotel, but that doesn’t mean the surrounding landscapes don’t hold treasures of their own. The Central Valley’s rolling hills offer the perfect terrain for the outdoor enthusiast. Historians may enjoy touring local attractions like the Korean War Memorial. And for the avid golfer, nearby cities offer 18-hole courses.
For the outdoors enthusiast.
Scenic views, abundant wildlife, spectacular birdwatching, hunting, and miles of hiking trails.
Located 5 miles from the hotel, The San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery, which was completed in May 1992, was the sixth national cemetery to be created in the state and 114th in the National Cemetery Administration. In 1998 the California Korean War Veterans Memorial was dedicated, and in 2002 the 11th Airborne Memorial was dedicated.
Henry Miller arrived in San Francisco in 1850 with $6.00 in his pocket. After working as a butcher, he became aware of the need for a better grade of cattle than that which was available at that time in California. He came to the San Joaquin Valley and acquired land on both sides of the San Joaquin River ultimately owning that land for a distance of 120 miles. In 1871 he formed the San Joaquin and Kings River Canal and Irrigation Company. He is credited with being the first to introduce the crops of cotton, rice and alfalfa to the valley.