Fodor's Expert Review Daffodil Hill

Volcano Garden

Each spring a 7-acre hillside east of Sutter Creek erupts in a riot of yellow and gold as (in a good year) hundreds of thousands of daffodils burst into bloom. The garden is the work of the McLaughlin family, which has owned this site since 1887. Daffodil plantings began in the 1930s. The display usually takes place between mid-March and mid-April. Call for daily weather updates.

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Quick Facts

18310 Rams Horn Grade Rd.
Volcano, California  95689, USA


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Free, Closed late Apr.–early Mar.

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