Hello Spring!

Days are getting slightly longer, plants are blooming, and Spring Fever is becoming contagious. One of the most colorful ways to welcome the Spring in San Diego is by taking a stroll through the Flower Fields at Carlsbad. This 50 acre botanical ranch offers some of the most amazing scenery, photo opts, and activities for all ages.

The Flower fields are open this season from March 1 – May 13, seven days a week from 9AM-6PM. Admission is $16 for adults, $14 for Seniors, $8 for children ages 3-10 and kids 2 and under are free.  In addition to viewing the beauty of these flowers cascading down the rolling hills of the ranch, The Flower Fields offer many activities and hold multiple festivities throughout the season.  They are also located very close to the Carlsbad Premium Outlets so after a morning stroll through the garden,  make a day of it and do some shopping, or grab a bite to eat!   HAPPY SPRING!!

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6 responses to “Hello Spring!”

  1. Wow those fields of flowers are beautiful!

    1. It’s definitely one of the gems of North County San Diego 🙂

  2. Beautiful pics of spring, we have four feet of snow here in Nova Scotia.

    1. Sending sunny vibes to you all in Nova Scotia!! ☀️☀️

  3. I used to live in California as a little kid and I loved every moment of it. Although I lived near the San Francisco area and never really ventured down south often, I’m glad to see the nature there is still thriving and beautiful, as it was where I lived.

    It was fun reading about your travels! Thank you for stopping by “The Oddity Writer” and for sharing your experiences with this community!

    1. Thank you so much for reading 🙂

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