Buckhead Nature Trail
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The Buckhead Nature Trail is an easy 0.5 mile hike. This paved interpretive trail focuses on wildlife and wildlife habitat. The tall black cottonwoods and scattered conifers offer cover to deer and elk, while the slow, slack water supports populations of Western Pond Turtles and Oregon Chubb. Wildflowers bloom in the spring, and tangles of Himalaya blackberries wait to be picked in late summer.
Directions: From Eugene: Travel east on Hwy. 58 about 31 miles and turn left at the Westfir junction. Continue 1.2 miles towards Westfir, turning left into the Hemlock neighborhood. After 2.2 miles and two rail road track crossings, you'll find the trailhead on the left. Toilets are available.
Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Early Spring-Late Fall
Facility Type: Trail
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