The family who owns Daffodil Hill announced on their Facebook page some devastating news today (Monday, July 15) of the closure of their Hill indefinitely saying:
Sadly, it is this overwhelming popularity that has led us to our decision to close. After the crush of visitors that descended upon our Hill this year, we came to realize that the limitation on the size of our parking areas and the inability of the local road infrastructure to handle the volume, created liability and safety concerns for everyone involved.
Sad news is right. They ended their announcement with a special thank you:
Our entire family, all six generations, sends each and every one of you a heartfelt “Thank You” for all the kind words of support, your patronage, and appreciation of the Hill over these many years.
As we close this wonderful chapter in our family history, we ask that you honor our ancestors by continuing to appreciate Mother Nature in all her glory whenever and wherever you can.
God bless you all.
Over the past 80 years, many thousands have visited Daffodil Hill in beautiful Amador County. While we, the Ryan…