Over Easter weekend we headed down to Carrizo Plain for the fantastic wildflower bloom. Rather than clutter things up with text, I’ll let the pictures do the talking. Make sure to visit the full album of all the photos from Carrizo.

Follow the Golden Road
Follow the Golden Road
Tidy Tips
Tidy Tips
Phacelia
Phacelia

Coreopsis
Coreopsis
Goldfield on Soda Lake
Goldfield on Soda Lake
Tidy Tip
Tidy Tip
Easter hills
Easter hills
Solid Gold
Solid Gold
Thistle Sage
Thistle Sage

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  2. kirsten

    holy cow – really – no words to describe it – like this every year or was this year off the hook (more than usual)?
    Great photos BTW

  3. Calipidder Listing Owner

    This is my second year visiting Carrizo and the flowers were way better. Of course, it can depend on when you go. I keep an eye out on their wildflower report and try to time the visit for the best bloom.

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  5. Lisa Heuer

    Love your blog! I stumbled upon it while researching trip options, but then recognized your name and photo from Paige’s facebook postings. Small world! Your photos and trip reports are wonderful. I will be back to read more of them. ūüôā

  6. Chuck Johannsen

    Where is this park located in California. We usually go to Anza Borrego but would like to go some place else. Thank you.

    1. Calipidder Listing Owner

      It’s located about an hour southeast of Paso Robles.

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