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Oakhurst is the largest community in the Eastern Madera County. Oakhurst is located 200 miles from San Francisco, 270 miles from Los Angeles, 12 miles from Yosemite Village National Park, and 45 miles from Yosemite Valley. Madera and Fresno are about 45 miles southeast and south. Oakhurst is near the world's most bountiful agricultural land, the San Joaquin Valley, which is just minutes away with its booming mid-size cities of Visalia, Tulare, Merced, Modesto and Stockton.

Oakhurst an unincorporated town in eastern Madera County, yet has the second largest population in the county. Oakhurst is investigating the possibility of incorporation, and plans are moving forward.

Oakhurst is found east of Merced between Fish Camp and Sanger along Highway 41 near Bass Lake and the San Joaquin River.

Oakhurst is part of the Fresno, California metro area.


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