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Squaw Spring - Los Padres National Forest

34.53667, -118.89806

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  • Longitude: -118.89806
  • Latitude: 34.53667
  • Recent Water Reports:

    Date Surveyor Water Report
    07-21-2017Anonymous SurveyorFlowing
    05-18-2017Kara HooperTrickle
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Description:

Squaw Spring is located in the Los Padres National Forest. The spring is on the Devils Heart Peak Topo Map, If you have recently visited this spring, please give us some feed back on the water quality.

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Submitted Reports

Squaw Spring Survey - 07-21-2017 - by Anonymous Surveyor
Link: Squaw Spring
Date: 07-21-2017
Surveyor Name:Anonymous Surveyor
Camp Description:
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:
Weather Conditions:
Squaw Spring Survey - 05-18-2017 - by Kara Hooper
Link: Squaw Spring
Date: 05-18-2017
Surveyor Name:Kara Hooper
Camp Description:Squaw Springs is a wonderful secret spot along the Alder Trail.  It is fairly close to the Dough Flat Trailhead, about 2 miles away.  There is typically good water, and there is a small fire ring as well.  It is a place that is camp-able.
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:steady small flow, easy to pump
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Comments (1)

    I visited Squaw Spring on Sunday, May 17, 2015, and it had a wonderful little water flow.  One has to walk upstream from the campsite area to find it, but it is there and pump-able and drinkable.  Last year in May of 2014, this was dry, so I was very excited to see that water was flowing there this year.  Also, the camp site there is lovely.

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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2013



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