Super Bloom is a rare phenomenon that happens once in a decade but it’s the second time in California. Thanks to steady pour of rain during winter followed by warm weather, the dormant seeds started to breakout, creating a blanket of vibrant wildflower poppies across the desert floor and mountains. The most popular Super Bloom location is at Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore, California. The incredible scenic view of the mountains draws a Disneyland-sized visitors during the weekends that the City of Lake Elsinore have to shutdown the access to it.