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  • Writer's pictureCandice Newman

12 Best Places to See the Superbloom in Southern California

Updated: Apr 10, 2023

Spring is finally here, which means Southern California wildflowers are making their appearance all over Southern California—especially after the remarkably rainy (but cold) winter we had.

Whether you’re looking to go on one of the best hikes in L.A. to catch the colorful blooms or even take a day trip to see the desert flora, there are many options when it comes to trying to see Southern California wildflowers. So when we’ve been lucky enough to actually have a winter with some rain in Los Angeles, take advantage of it and head to one of these amazing spots below.

  1. Diamond Valley Lake

  2. Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve

  3. Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

  4. Carrizo Plain

  5. Chino Hills State Park

  6. Palos Verdes State Peninsula

  7. Point Mugu State Park

  8. Malibu Creek State Park

  9. Point Dume

  10. Death Valley National Park

  11. Idyllwild Nature Center

  12. Carlsbad Flower Fields

I hope you get the chance to go out and enjoy this beautiful weather and Mother Nature's bouquet! Happy Spring!

Hey Inland Empire, I’m Candice Newman! I’ve had the incredible fortune of being born and raised in this amazing community, and I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else. I currently live in Alta Loma with my husband, Jonathan, our son, Trevor, and our dog, Ruger! I’m a real estate agent with a passion for finding new places to explore in the Foothill Communities. When I'm not selling homes, you can find me cheering my son on at his baseball games, exercising, spending time in our local mountains, heading to the lake, cooking, or watching the Dodgers slay the Giants (I was born and raised an Angels fan, but the Dodgers have taken over the household!). I'll never have enough Mexican food and Italian food in my life. I’m looking forward to connecting with you soon! See you around town! | (909)367-3280 DRE: 01924842

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