(CNN) — A wildflower "super bloom" is erupting in Southern California's Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
Thousands of people visit the park every year to see the desert lilies, poppies, dune primrose, sunflowers, desert dandelions and other flowers that dot the rugged landscape, according to the park foundation's website.
This winter's rains should make this year's display particularly vibrant.
"We've had the ideal conditions for a pretty good wildflower bloom which we don't always get," State Park Interpreter Sally Theriault told CNN affiliate XETV. "This could be the biggest bloom in 20 years and that's what we expect."
Michael Zandy went out early Saturday to get a sunrise shot of the flowers. He's visited the park twice since moving to the area in November and plans to go back soon.
Theriault said the park on Saturday got triple its normal number of visitors and that all of its parking lots were full by 11 a.m.
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