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Willett Camp is located along the Sespe River Trail about 9 miles downstream from Piedra Blanca Trailhead, which is by far the most common access point for visitors. There are a variety of camps that are situated around the ruins of an old family settlement that was here in the early/mid 1900's. The families that settled here were the Largomarsino's and Willett's. Amongst the remains are a usable bunk house and a few scattered sheds that act as supply storage for visitors and packers that frequent the camp.
While Willett is most famous for the nearby hot springs, the views of the Topatopas from camp are fantastic! Willett can be quite busy with major weekends seeing sometimes 50+ visitors. That being said, weekdays can be empty but you are more than likely to see other people while visiting Willett. Be courteous to others and respectful of their wilderness experience.