Every Spring, The Camas Prairie Centennial Marsh In Idaho Is Blanketed By Blossoming Lilies
Many of Idaho’s landscapes go through a massive transformation come springtime, but none more than the Centennial Marsh Wildlife Management Area in Camas County. Boasting 3,100-acres, the WMA sits at the base of the Bennett Hills, and it’s a magical sight to witness from May through mid-June. During this time of year, the entire prairie becomes engulfed in blossoming, bright blue and purple camas lilies. The camas lily bloom is a widely anticipated sight for many Idahoans, and you simply haven’t lived until you’ve seen it for yourself.
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