Nestled between Temecula and Lake Elsinore
Murrieta, CA- Nestled in between Temecula and Lake Elsinore is the town of Murrieta, with 275 days of sunshine per year.
Spring in Murrieta means biking, wildflowers blooming), fairy shrimp at the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve, craft beer, and a value-focused vacation with the family.
The best hike near the bloom is the Walker Canyon Trail, a 9.2 moderate trail (dog-friendly, too!) located near Lake Elsinore, California featuring the beautiful wildflowers with a number of activity options.
The best time to use the trail is March through October.
Stay at one of the clean hotels that have a commitment to sanitation practices to ensure guests have a safe stay in the area. Options include Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Hampton Inn & Suites, Comfort Inn & Suites, Residence Inn by Marriott, Courtyard Marriott.
The Wildflower Bloom in Southern California is a coveted and rare desert botanical phenomenon in which wildflowers, whose seeds have been in hiding all winter, sprout, and blossom at roughly the same time. Each year people flock to Murrieta to enjoy these blossom-covered hills. To experience wildflowers sustainably and safely, be sure to stay on marked trails and adhere to signage for the best possible routes to see the bloom.