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Home: Oregon Hot Springs: Bigelow (Deer Creek) Hot Spring
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Willamette National Forest Overall Rating: B
2,000 ft Water Temperature: 102 to 106
McKenzie Bridge Area Usage Level: Moderate

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06.24.04: A young couple enjoy a mid-day soak


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Pool Condition
Rock and sand walled 2-4 person pool.
Dates Visited: Trash Levels: Bug Levels:
06.24.04 Low Low

Water Clarity:
Murky

Visibility:
High

Odor(s):
None

Wildlife Sighted: Deer

Seasonal Notes
Accessible year-round. However, the pool submerges during high water conditions. Optimal soaking conditions exist during summer and fall; when the river water level is low.
Camping Notes
There are primitive campsites and cushy campgrounds nearby, no camping or nighttime use of the springs is permitted.

Briefings

06.24.04
This little, murky soak gave-way to a most enjoyable experience. We had to wait in line for only a few minutes before soaking in the hot water, but ended up meeting some friendly people in the process. There was a bum guy however who was taking his time in the area, mostly to stare at whatever female was soaking naturally in the pool.
Rating: B

Average Rating: B

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