Growers held a kickoff ceremony Thursday morning at the Circle K Ranch in Selma. It's just one of the 32 farms and businesses taking place in this year's trail.
Farms have dozens of different fruits on sale including grapes, peaches, plums, and nectarines growers say the best reason to visit the trail is to experience the freshness of the fruit.
"You can get stuff that was picked within a few days," Andrew Kazarian said. "Which is a lot better than a few weeks compared to your grocery stores."
Fruit Trail Displays at the Fresno County Fruit Trail Opening Ceremony will include:
Circle K Ranch - Selma
Simonian Farms - Fresno
Aspen Acres - Sanger
Berry Lady Farms - Kingsburg
Wawona's Peach Tree - Clovis
Wonder Valley Ranch Resort - Sanger
Poindexter Nut Company & Country Store - Selma
Art Stand - Sanger
Blossom Bluff Orchards - Parlier
Fresno County Strawberry Stands
Seasons Gifts & Gardens - Sanger
The Vineyard Farmers Market - Fresno
Hudson Farms - Sanger