|11-21-2015||Los Padres Forest Association||Trickle|
|03-22-2015||Los Padres Forest Association||Dry|
|09-07-2014||Los Padres Forest Association||Dry|
Located at the end of the Squaw Flat abandoned road, the camp was the beginning of the Alder Creek Trail (20W11) that descended to Alder Creek. North of the camp, along the trail are large exposures of deep red Sespe sandstone. There is a small seasonal waterfall at the head of Stone Corral Creek. Cow Springs Camp used to be a popular drive-in camp. There were six sites, most of which are in a total state of destruction with no maintenance. Water is unreliable from Cow Spring but is available at Dripping Spring on the side of the trail descending to Alder Creek.