The Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve will be a place to visit this spring. In the city of Lancaster, a vast area of beautiful vibrant California Poppies awaits all to enjoy. Not only does the city of Lancaster provide their community (and others) with entertainment and various events, but quietness and the beauty of nature are also benefits that this great city lavishes on their residents.
More Information for the Poppy Reserve
Park is closed from June 1 through March 1.
Hours of Operation: Sunrise until Sunset
General Parking Fees: $10
Senior Parking Fees: $9(over 62 years old)
Disable Discount Fees: $5
Small Buses Fees: $50
Large Buses Fees: $100
Moms may take a break from the necessities of life as it relates to children, family; the house itself and all that is related to it. Say goodbye for a time to computers, cellular phones, iPods, and other gadgets that steal away precious times of quietness and enjoy, embrace and immerse themselves in the beauty of nature. Make a trip to the Poppy Reserve a family outing, date with the husband, or join other moms and take in the lighter shade of Lancaster. In the still of the moment, mothers may reflect on their lives, the lives of their loved ones or just life itself. The time will be precious not only thinking about people, but also reflecting on the beauty of nature.