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WASHINGTON — After a winter of snow, ice, and polar vortexes, many RVers are dreaming of spring flowers. And not just a few here and there, but a sea of them stretching out to the horizon. What if I told you these colorful scenes are not a dream and can actually be experienced on an upcoming RV trip?
Camping near a flower farm, a nature preserve, or even among a burst of color in the desert can be part of a well-planned trip throughout the spring and summer.
Because these blossoms are dependent on weather, a successful trip will come down to good planning and lucky timing.
1. Carrizo Plain National Monument
When the spring sun hits the wet plains of Central California from March through May, the Super Bloom starts. One of the best places to see this sea of wildflowers, including poppy, Indian paintbrush, and lupine, is at the 200,000+ acre Carrizo Plain National Monument.
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