For thousands of years on land that was once part of Tulare County, there was a large mysterious lake. It’s gone today, but in its prime, the west shoreline of Tulare Lake stretched nearly to what is now Kettleman City, and the east edge was close to the city of Tulare. It spread north almost to Lemoore, and its southern shoreline approached the current Kern County boundary. It was said to be larger than the Great Salt Lake—perhaps even the largest freshwater lake west of the Great Lakes.

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