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180 Fruit Stands

Postby robow8 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 12:17 pm

Are there any fruit stands on the 180 on the way in to SEKI? I would like to pick up some fresh local fruit on the way to the Rae Lakes end of July.

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Re: 180 Fruit Stands

Postby maverick » Sat Apr 02, 2016 12:25 pm

Blossom Trail Fruit Stand
18501 E Kings Canyon Road in Sanger
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Re: 180 Fruit Stands

Postby Troutdog 59 » Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:50 am

The Blossom Trail fruit stand is a good one. Good variety and some real nice pluots and plums. Another good one nearby and right on Hwy 180 is the Centerville Fruit Station at 16155 East Kings Canyon, Sanger. Both are listed as being in Sanger, but are actually right on Hwy 180 to the northeast of the City of Sanger. The Blossom Trail FS is at the corner of Reed and Hwy 180 just south of Minkler and is open only during the summer months. The Centerville Fruit Station is in the heart of its namesake, the thriving metropolis of Centerville and is open year round. They have a fantastic variety of citrus right now (Cara caras, blood oranges, tangelos, etc). Don't blink or you might miss both. :) :) :)
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