Porterville in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Game & Entertainment Centers. Discover best things to do in Porterville with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Porterville
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Performers were good, but very, very unorganized. Attended concert on 03/01/14, spent over an hour in line, seems they weren't letting people in. There were 2 lines going around the corner of the complex. Inept security was taking bribes to let people in. People started to "bum rush" the entrance in hopes of getting in, felt we were going to get trampled, security at this point was no where to be found. Fought our way to the entrance and got in, by this point the first performer had already finished. Poor waitress could not find our "reserved" table which we had paid an extra $100 for. Ended up taking someone else's table. Don't get me started on the bathrooms(port-a-potty) outside. Will not be going back.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
I reccommend the springville in for thanksgiving dinner. The Turkey is moist and so is the prime rib dinner. The atmosphere is peaceful and serene. The staff is friendly. But if you want to go to Thanksgiving dinner you have to make reservations before hand. But it is worth.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
We camped here twice in one week spanning late January/early February. It was created and is operated by the Army Corps of Engineers, so if you happen to have a Senior Pass for National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands (one $10 fee for lifetime access to all federal facilities) this is a very good bargain-$15 for water/electricity hookup with a free dump station and showers! (I must say that the shower was warm, not hot- but who's complaining when it's free and clean!). Only 3 other campers when we visited, but I'm sure the Lake is very popular during the summer months. The park is expansive with many campsites (though hookups are very limited-make reservations during the busy season for those), with a marina and large day use areas. Undoubtedly popular for fishing and boating-not sure about swimming. It is very grassy with limited trees for shade, so it might be hot in the summer. We enjoyed our stay, especially because of the many birds that use it during the flyover migration-we saw our first flying V of herons our first day there. It's a very nice facility; well kept and pleasant. Nice lake and Sierra Mountain views.
3.5 based on 35 reviews
WE LOVE THIS PLACE AROUND VALENTINES DAY 'OUR WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ' We love our day trip to this casino to celebrate our anniversary . They ALWAYS have a great dinner specials like the 40 dollar dinner with 30 dollars back FREE PLAY !! NO Other Casino could beat that offer !! NOTHING BUT FUN FUN FUN !! RUSSELL & ALICE
5 based on 1 reviews
Julie is a retired nurse. She runs an organic blueberry upick. the season is Mid May to Mid June. This is a working commercial farm. Nothing fancy. There is also a delicious strawberry stand 1/2 a mile north. bring your own pails if possible. recommend long pants, enclosed shoes, hats, water, etc. open six days per week, closed Saturdays.
We found this great little pick-your-own berry patch during our visit to Sequoia National Park. The prices were reasonable and the berries were delicious. We do not get this experience very often living in the cold. My children loved picking for about 30 minutes. We have five kids between 7 and 15. We got a lot of berries in early June. A great way to break up a long day.
Nine-hole par 35 municipal golf course that features narrow fairways with out-of-bounds on every hole.
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