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Buckeye Spring - Los Padres National Forest

35.84, -121.37639


  • Longitude: -121.37639
  • Latitude: 35.84
  • Recent Water Reports:

    Date Surveyor Water Report
    02-17-2018Michael PrattFlowing
    11-15-2017Anonymous SurveyorFlowing
    10-18-2015Steve CypherFlowing
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Buckeye Spring is located in the Los Padres National Forest. The spring is on the Villa Creek Topo Map, If you have recently visited this spring, please give us some feed back on the water quality.

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Buckeye Spring Survey - 02-17-2018 - by Michael Pratt
Link: Buckeye Spring
Date: 02-17-2018
Surveyor Name:Michael Pratt
Camp Description:
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:Spring has good flow out of a pipe, making it easy to fill a bag/container for filtering, but is primarily just mud on the ground, not great for a pump filter.
Weather Conditions:
Buckeye Spring Survey - 11-15-2017 - by Anonymous Surveyor
Link: Buckeye Spring
Date: 11-15-2017
Surveyor Name:Anonymous Surveyor
Camp Description:This is a great camp in a pocket potrero, lots of graze and room for a couple of scout troops. There is a table under a giant oak. A very pleasant place to camp.
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:Old spring box with pipe, and some flow in streamlet
Weather Conditions:
Buckeye Spring Survey - 10-18-2015 - by Steve Cypher
Link: Buckeye Spring
Date: 10-18-2015
Surveyor Name:Steve Cypher
Camp Description:Spectacular camp. Large, beautiful meadow with big pines, oaks, eucalyptus & bay trees. Picnic table & fire ring beneath big bay. Only a little hair remains of the horse carcase that poluted the site for a long time. Reliable spring with hose. Ocean views & Indian mortar sites close.
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:This spring always flows.
Weather Conditions:Awesome

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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2013

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