At the confluence
Many people perceive Three Rivers little more than a wayside stop or a launching pad for trips into Sequoia National Park. From a historic perspective, it is much more, however. Here the agricultural and industrial frontiers met, the breadbasket of the world was sparked, the first CCC camps helped raise the U.S. out of the Great Depression, and the people who tend one of the oldest National Parks continue to thrive.
The Three Rivers Historical Society grounds hold a re-creation of what is believed to be the first public saloon in…Read more
A history of the Riata Ranch, its “Cowboy Girls,” and the former Kaweah Colony property that they now call home.Read more
Historically the gateway to "wilderness" and potential wealth, Three Rivers is now the gateway to Sequoia National Park.Read more
The last major flood occurred in 1997. As destructive as it was, it is likely to be dwarfed by floods…Read more
The Mineral King Room tells the story of Mineral King and the impact it has had--both locally and nationally.Read more
Founded in 1916, the Three Rivers Woman's Club is the community's oldest service organization.Read more