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Hiking & Walking: Oregon > Willamette National Forest > Middle Fork Ranger District

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Bobby Lake Trail

Difficulty: Easy
Length, One-way: 2 Miles (3.33 Kilometers)

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General Description

Bobby Lake Trail (#3663) is an easy 2 mile hike. Starting across from the Betty Lake trailhead, this trail winds through an open mountain hemlock forest and crosses the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail on its way to Bobby Lake. Because of the relatively short distance and easy grades, this is an ideal trail for children. Consider bringing a bathing suit and fishing pole to take advantage of the water.

Directions from Oakridge: Follow Hwy. 58 southeast to Oakridge. Proceed east from the Oakridge Ranger Station on Hwy. 58 for 27 miles to Waldo Lake Rd. 5897. Follow Waldo Road for 5.5 miles to trailhead on right.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Open: Early Summer through Late Fall .

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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Camping There are several campsites near the end of the trail for those who wish to spend the night.
ICON Fishing
ICON Hiking & Walking Bobby Lake Trail
ICON Horseback Riding
ICON Mountain Biking
ICON Swimming & Waterplay

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Visitor Information:

Willamette National Forest, 211 East 7th Avenue , Eugene, OR, 97440, Phone: 541-465-6521


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