Nestled in Fresno County, Sanger proudly carries the title of “The Nation’s Christmas Tree City,” thanks to its proximity to the General Grant tree, a national Christmas tree in Kings Canyon National Park. Established in the late 19th century with the advent of the railroad, the city became a hub for agriculture, especially citrus farming. Every year, the city holds the Blossom Days Festival, celebrating the region’s rich agricultural heritage. The Sanger Depot Museum offers insights into the area’s history and development. Sanger is serviced by State Route 180. With its historical significance, agricultural heritage, and vibrant community events, Sanger exudes a distinctive Central Valley charm.