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Willard Springs

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Willard Spring (bobcat

Description

Willard Spring spills out of a rock-lined cavity in a meadow and enters a marsh at the north end of the Willard Springs Loop Hike. The meadow was once the site of the Willard homestead: you can look for rocks from the foundation in the grass. Elk trails lead into here; elk are often seen in the area, especially in the fall.

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