Fresno County Blossom Trail is a seasonal treasure. It's best between mid-February and mid-March. Click on the website and you can download and print the map containing the route.
Along the easy to drive route, you'll pass orchard after orchard of flowering almonds, apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums, and citrus. When the trees are in bloom, that means the wildflowers are also in bloom. As the flowers fall from the trees, the petals cover the ground like snow.
There are a number of locations to catch the Blossom Trail. The roads will take you through Kingsburg, Reedley, Del Rey, Sanger, and Southeast Fresno. You can take the entire route, or select a shorter route.
- No entry fee
- Requires no walking
- Best time to go: Mid-February to mid-March
Bring a tripod, and wide angle, zoom and macro lens, or one versatile lens.