Dubbed “The Apricot Capital of the World,” Patterson’s circular street design and beautiful palm trees set it apart. Established in the early 20th century, the city was initially an agricultural hub, particularly known for its apricot production. The Patterson Apricot Fiesta, held annually, celebrates this rich heritage with parades, food, and entertainment. The city’s unique design, influenced by the City Beautiful movement, is reminiscent of Washington, D.C. The nearby Frank Raines Regional Park offers recreational activities and stunning views. Interstate 5 provides quick access, connecting Patterson to other California cities. With its unique design and agricultural legacy, Patterson offers a distinctive character in California’s Central Valley.