Diamond Valley Lake Fish Report for 4-4-2019
Diamond Valley Lake - Hemet, CA (Riverside County)
by Diamond Valley Lake Staff
The 2019 Wildflower Superbloom at Diamond Valley is in full bloom and beautiful. Don't miss your chance to experience this rare natural phenomenon... which may last only a week or two longer.
The best time to visit is mid-week when there are smaller crowds. The weekends can get busy. If you want to catch a stunning vista, visit us early in the morning when the light is just right.
Admission: Only $10 per car parking fee, $3 per person trail access fee.
Days Open: Wednesday to Sunday
Hours: 6:30am – 6:00pm
Phone: (951) 926-7201
Address: Diamond Valley Marina
Home of Monster Sized Fish
2615 Angler Ave
Hemet, CA 92545
Please stay on trail to preserve the delicate and and natural habitat of the wildflowers for all to enjoy.
About the wildflower trail
The wildflower trail is part of the Southwestern Riverside County Multi-Species Reserve, which was created by Metropolitan in 1992. The reserve covers 9,000 acres surrounding Diamond Valley Lake and connects to Lake Skinner.
It is home to up to 16 sensitive bird, animal and plant species, as well as eight types of habitat, including Riversidean sage scrub, coast live oak woodland and southern willow scrub. Notable species include the Stephens’ kangaroo rat, the Bell’s sage sparrow and the San Diego horned lizard.
The wildflower trail is a 1.3-mile loop accessible from the marina’s parking lot, with entry off of Domenigoni and Searl parkways in Hemet. It is rated as an easy-to-moderate hike with some rugged terrain.
In addition to the seasonal wildflower trail, two other trails are open to the public year-round and also afford good views of the blooming flowers – the 21.8-mile Lakeview hiking and bicycling trail that circles the 4,500-surface-acre lake and the 5.9-mile North Hills trail for equestrians and hikers.
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