Visalia Marijuana Information
Dispensaries In Visalia
Sitting 43 miles South of Fresno, the town of Visalia is the jewel of the San Joaquin Valley. With a population of just slightly over 130,000, the town is the 44th largest in the state of California. Visalia is flocked to by countless tourists every year for not only their proximity to the Sequoia National Park, but also the views that come out of the Sierra Nevada Mountains that the town butts up against.
The Sequoia National Park is one of the most jaw-dropping locations in America, and many trek the globe to find themselves at the stump of massive trees that tower over them with wondrous majesty. This place can really make you feel insignificant as you reflect upon some of the oldest and most massive creatures the planet has ever seen. Your troubles and cares melt away as you consider the things this being has seen and the storms it has weathered. While we would never recommend breaking the law and practicing public consumption – especially on federally owned property like National Parks – but it might be a good idea to eat an edible before checking out these massive beings, they really put life into perspective and make you reconsider your entire being.
If Sequoias the size of skyscrapers don’t do it for ya, you probably won’t love Yosemite or Kings Canyon National Parks, which are also located nearby in the Sierra Nevadas. If that’s the case, we really don’t know what to tell you. These places are stunning, and if seeing pure unadulterated nature doesn’t excite you, you may need to take a step back and reevaluate your life. That being said, there are plenty of things to do in Visalia that aren’t exclusively nature related, there’s also the Las Flores Winery, or the Bravo Farms Cheese Factory. Both of these locations produce some of the area’s finest exports, and have tasting rooms where you can get the freshest wines and cheeses in the world.
Unfortunately there are currently no retail marijuana shops in Visalia, but since the Adult Use of Marijuana Act was passed on the 8th of November, hopefully some recreational pot shops will open either in town or nearby in the future!