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Take hiking or shopping excursions in Fresno

From the Radisson in downtown Fresno, you can walk to events at The Grand 1401, about a half mile from the hotel, or to important engagements in the government district across the street. Looking for a reason to leave the city? The giant sequoias and beautiful trails at King Canyon, Yosemite and Sequoia national parks are less than an hour and a half from the hotel. If it’s too hot for hiking, head to Island Waterpark or Wild Water Adventures and you’ll be cooled off in no time. 

When you return downtown, take time to experience the dining, shopping and nightlife of the Tower District. For added convenience, our hotel offers complimentary shuttle service to and from Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) and the Amtrak station.

Here are some things to do in the area:

  • Club One Casino (next door) 
    This 51-table casino not only offers popular games like Blackjack and Texas Hold’em, but it is also a great destination for special events and 24-hour dining.
    Phone: +1 (559) 497-3000
  • Chukchansi Park (0.2 miles) 
    Considered one of the finest stadiums in Triple-A baseball, this park offers great views of not only Fresno Grizzlies games, but also downtown’s skyline. 
    Phone: +1 (559) 442-1047
  • Veterans Memorial Museum (0.4 miles) 
    Founded by war veterans and their families, this free museum re-tells stories of America's wars through artwork, photographs and other memorabilia.
    Phone: +1 (559) 498-0510
  • Arte Americas (0.5 miles) 
    Dedicated to increasing the popularity of Latino art, this cultural center features dance performances, art galleries and exhibits, workshops and summer concert series.
    Phone: +1 (559) 266-2623
  • Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center (0.5 miles)
    Whether you’re attending a Broadway performance in Saraoyan Theatre, a rock concert in Selland Arena or a banquet in Valdez Hall, the facilities at this entertainment center are as diverse as the events held there.
    Phone: + 1 (559) 445-8100
  • The Grand 1401 (0.5 miles) 
    For guests attending weddings, fundraisers, holiday parties, class reunions or theater performances at The Grand 1401, our hotel offers a great location nearby.
    Phone: +1 (559) 266-8000
  • African American Historical & Cultural Museum (1 mile)
    Tour this museum for a chance to celebrate African-American culture and gain insight on its legacy and community.
    Phone: +1 (559) 544-1857
  • Save Mart Center (8 miles)
    Located on the Fresno State campus, this venue measures more than 400,000 square feet and is recognized for it 93-foot clock tower outside. Check the schedule for a chance to see a college basketball or volleyball game.
    Phone: +1 (559) 347-3400
  • Forestiere Underground Gardens (9 miles)
    Created by Baldassare Forestiere, these underground gardens feature passageways and courtyards that resemble ancient Roman architecture.
    Phone: +1 (559) 271-0734
  • Island Waterpark (9 miles) 
    Stay cool in the California sun by floating down the lazy river or zooming down slippery slides at this watery park.
    Phone: +1 (559) 277-6800
  • Wild Water Adventure Park (19 miles) 
    For a fun-filled, water-splashing day, visit Wild Water Adventures, where you can hop from one thrilling ride to the next.
    Phone: +1 (559) 299-9453
  • Kings Canyon National Park (54 miles) 
    Hike through deep forests, along the foothills or to the towering alpine peaks. Each trail features its own natural wonders along the way.
    Phone: +1 (559) 565-3341
  • Yosemite National Park (62 miles) 
    Most popular for its waterfalls, this park offers an abundance of other natural beauties like rushing rivers, tall glaciers, flowery meadows, peaceful valleys and giant sequoias.
    Phone: +1 (209) 372-0200
  • Sequoia National Park (77 miles) 
    Enter the land of the giants and see the world's largest trees along rugged landscapes. Whether you’re hiking, horseback riding or driving from one overlook to the next, you can count on the views stealing your breath away.
    Phone: +1 (559) 565-3341