Fresno is a city in California, United States, and the region seat of Fresno County. The area of Sunnyside is on Fresno's far southeast side, limited by Chestnut Avenue toward the West. Its real lanes are Kings Canyon Avenue and Clovis Avenue. In spite of the fact that parts of Sunnyside are inside the City of Fresno, a significant part of the area is a "province island" inside Fresno County. To a great extent created in the 1950s through the 1970s, it has as of late encountered a flood in new home development. It is likewise the home of the Sunnyside Country Club, which keeps up a green planned by William P. Chime.
In the north eastern piece of Fresno, Woodward Park was established by the late Ralph Woodward, a long-lasting Fresno inhabitant. He passed on a noteworthy bit of his bequest in 1968 to give a local stop and feathered creature haven in Northeast Fresno. The recreation center lies on the South bank of the San Joaquin River between Highway 41 and Friant Road. The underlying 235 sections of land, joined with extra sections of land procured later by the city, conveys the recreation center to a sizable 300 sections of land. Presently pressed with comforts, Woodward Park is the main Regional Park of its size in the Central Valley.