Where is Clovis

In the heart of California, at the foothills of the Sierra National Forest, the City of Clovis remains a sought-after location for residents and businesses. Known for its quiet charm, the city is located in the northeast section of the San Joaquin Valley and provides easy access to several well-known cities, national parks and seaside towns.

Neighboring the city of Fresno, Clovis enjoys the convenience of transportation options that are usually reserved for larger cities. Clovis Transit (Round Up and Stageline) and the Fresno Area Express serve the public transportation needs of the area. Air travel is available through the Fresno Yosemite International Airport and Amtrak provides rail travel from its station located in Fresno.

From its beginnings in the late 1800s as a freight stop along the San Joaquin Valley Railroad, the location of Clovis has proven to be a catalyst for commerce and growth.

Clovis is in close proximity to California State Highway 99, providing a direct route south to Los Angeles (via Interstate 5) and north to Sacramento, the state capital. Highways 41, 168 and 180 connect residents and businesses to destinations throughout the Central Valley.

Distances from Clovis to:

Bakersfield – 117 miles
Disneyland – 253 miles
Las Vegas, NV – 403 miles
Los Angeles – 227 miles
Monterey – 161 miles
Reno, NV – 306 miles
Sacramento – 178 miles
San Diego – 347 miles
San Francisco – 195 miles
San Luis Obispo – 146 miles
South Lake Tahoe – 263 miles
Yosemite National Park – 60 miles