Some of the cities, towns, and places in Tulare County are Advance, Allensworth, Alpaugh, Angiola, Badger, Balance Rock, Cairns Corner, Calgro, California Hot Springs, Camp Nelson, Cedar Slope, Cutler, Delft Colony, Dinuba, Ducor, Earlimart, East Orosi, East Porterville, East Tulare Villa, El Monte Mobile Village, El Rancho, Exeter, Farmersville, Goshen, Hartland, Hypericum, Idlewild, Ivanhoe, Johnsondale, Jovista, Kaweah, Kennedy Meadows, Lemon Cove, Lindcove, Lindsay, Linnell Camp, London, Matheny, McClenney Tract, Monson, Orosi, Panorama Heights, Patterson Tract, Pierpoint, Pine Flat, Pixley, Plainview, Ponderosa, Poplar-Cotton Center, Porterville, Posey, Poso Park, Richgrove, Rocky Hill, Rodriguez Camp, Sequoia Crest, Seville, Silver City, Springville, Strathmore, Sugarloaf Mountain Park, Sugarloaf Saw Mill, Sugarloaf Village, Sultana, Terra Bella, Teviston, Three Rivers, Tipton, Tonyville, Tooleville, Traver, Tulare, Tule River Indian Reservation, Ultra, Visalia, Waukena, West Goshen, White River, Wilsonia, Woodlake, Woodville, Woodville Farm Labor Camp, Yettem, Yokohl Valley, Zante
Tulare County ( (listen) tuu-LAIR-ee) is a county in the U.S. state of California. As of the 2020 census, the population was 473,117. The county seat is Visalia. The county is named for Tulare Lake, once the largest freshwater lake west of the Great Lakes. Drained for agricultural development, the site is now in Kings County, which was created in 1893 from the western portion of the formerly larger Tulare County.
Tulare County comprises the Visalia-Porterville, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county is located south of Fresno, spanning from the San Joaquin Valley east to the Sierra Nevada.
Sequoia National Park is located in the county, as is part of Kings Canyon National Park, in its northeast corner (shared with Fresno County), and part of Mount Whitney, on its eastern border (shared with Inyo County). As of the 2020 census, the population was 473,117, up from 442,179 at the 2010 census.