OUR TOWN

If you are coming to our little town it's probably because you are visiting relatives, friends or on your way to Bass Lake or Yosemite.

We don't have a lot of tourist things to do here, but our Old Town Clovis is a fun place to walk around. There is a variety of shops and a little museum that is free. There are coffee shops, a couple cafes and two new rolled ice cream places. The one I recommend is in the old Victorian Building.  There is a main street, but don't forget to walk around the whole area. We also have some new restaurants and stores on the south end. There are a few antique shops and the biggest 2 are on the main street.

REVIVAL 23



One of our favorite stores. Revival 23.
It's similar to Magnolia in Waco but smaller.  Another one, Once Upon A Time, is a few stores down. These are my two favorites, but there are many more in town that will be worth your time.
                                


 There are two hotels close by. Fairfield Inn and Suites and Best Western Clovis.

 Old Town is user friendly and great for wheelchairs, walkers and strollers. 

If you are hungry we have just about every kind of eating place there is withing a couple miles of Old Town. Just google and you will certainly find the perfect one for you.

There are many events through the year in Old Town Clovis. We have junk days, antique fairs, flea markets,  and Christmas events. You can find a list of these at the Clovis website. If you don't mind the heat, every Friday night from May to Sept you can listen and dance the evening away at the Farmers Market. A variety of great bands each Friday night. Some of the shops are open and the Farmers Market is well known.

THIS IS MY FAVORITE OF THE YEAR


And if you are passing through, and are going to Yosemite or Bass Lake. Just email me for great ideas and tips.



WE HAVE GEESE! LOT AND LOTS OF GEESE