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Lower Lake - Anderson Marsh State Historic Park

8420-8600 California 53

The Park at this time of year is beautiful.  The colors of autumn at the Park are wonderful shades of cream, yellow, brown and green – interspersed with the startling color of small yellow sunflowers, periwinkle chicory, white ground “morning glories” or the fluffy white airiness of California Milkweed seeds and many California Wild Rose “hips” – most are still a lovely red and a very attractive food for many birds and mammals.   Most of the blackberries are drying and shriveling up but they are still interesting to birds and wildlife.  The wild grapes that grow are ripening, and bunches are hanging from vines in trees.  Mistletoe berries are ripening too.  


Andrew McBride

Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018
Lots of history about what it means to lake county. Also the house its cool looking and lots of educational stuff there. Great for a nice family day trip. I recomend go in mid spring before it gets super hot and after the rain season stops that's when its most beautiful.

Anna Pelosi-Boylan

Monday, Feb. 19, 2018
A beautiful easy walk down Anderson trail is less than 2 miles round trip and the buildings make beautiful photos. Park along street and walk in.

Raven Mitchell

Monday, March 12, 2018
Lots to do and see. Good for history fans as well as lovers of the outdoors.

Brandie Berry

Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
it's amazing so beautiful !!! I'm going to come back really soon great place to walk and explore

David Brooks

Friday, Feb. 9, 2018
It's cool I saw lizards and snakes the parking sucks or it would have been 5 stars.

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