Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 12, 2019

Anza-Borrego State Park Wildflowers 3/12/19

Anza Borrego State Park reports on

With almost 8 inches of rain since July, we are experiencing a widespread bloom of flowers, which may well last through mid-March. Click the links below for specific tips and locations.

Some flowers are blooming along S22 east of mile marker 30, in response to heavy fall rains in that area. The fields at the mouth of Coyote Canyon have a wide variety of wildflowers blooming right now, but the “Wildflower Fields” along Henderson Canyon Road have not yet come into full bloom. Flowers are starting to bloom in the southern part of the Park, with June Wash a highlight (park near mile marker 42 on Highway S-2 and walk up the wash), and Carrizo Badlands Overlook worth checking out, too.



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