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Babyfoot Lake Trail provides a view of many wildflowers and old growth timber. Babyfoot Lake is a high mountain lake with a few small Eastern Brook Trout. The lake is within the Kalmiopsis Wilderness Area. The trail also provides access to the Babyfoot Lake Botanical Area.

Directions: From Grants Pass: Travel southwest on U.S. Highway 199 to County Road 5240. Follow 5240 west across the forest boundary to Forest Service Road 4201. Follow 4201 west to spur road 140. Take 140 to the trailhead.

Seasonal Access: Normally Accessible: Spring-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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