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I dont think we can get as spectacular a bloom in Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve every year. This year is really special because of the rain.
Forget parking inside, the walk in to the park is only around half a mile .
The reserve at...More
I heard about the Super Blooms on the news and saw images from NASA so I wanted to visit during my Spring Break.
There are various paths to follow, some go left, some go right, some are short some are over the one-mile hike.
Truly beautiful. I was in Lancaster area on an unexpected trip and I decided to check out the poppy reserve as I've heard about it here and there. It's the only thing of note in this strange desert outpost, but it's worth a check. Overall,...More
Traveled through the last week in March and the poppies at the reserve were spectacular. We ended up parking on the roadside because the lot was full and as one vehicle left, another was let in. Short walk from the road was fine. We did...More
We drove by here last year and there was absolutely nothing. Park rangers told us to follow their Facebook page for the most up to date info on the flowers.
Thank goodness for their advice. As soon as we saw pics posted on the Facebook...More
If you wait even a couple weeks, I think you'll miss the peak. If you are going during the peak, go during a weekday or go very early. Otherwise you'll likely have to park outside the reserve and hike in a half a mile. But,...More
Great swathes of poppies shimmer and dance in the wind. I couldn't have understood the scale of the superbloom without seeing it. I now understand why it can be seen from space. The electric orange is dazzling.
I understand there is an official area, which...More
The natural beauty of California's Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve is possible once a year, only in the first month of spring. The park is easily accessible. Situated on the hills above the Antelope Valley, it is very well organized with a single purpose to allowed...More
FIELDS ARE FULL and so is the parking lot. Park on the road and walk in. Too awesome to miss. The hike is easy and the paths well maintained. Restrooms and picnic tables but no food or drink for sale.at visitor center.