Bald Hill Park: Best In Show Series  LbNA # 11808

OwnerAdoptable    
Placed DateOct 24 2004
CountyBenton
LocationCorvallis, OR
Boxes4
Planted ByScottish Amy    
Found By trekks
Last Found Jan 24 2015
StatusFFFFFFFFFFFFFF  
Hike Distance?

Last Reported Contact: placed 10/24/04
Stamps: Hand Carved Wheelchair friendly: Paved path in some places, but in others it could be too muddy or narrow.
Stroller Friendly: Ditto
Terrain: Paved and Horse Trails
Distance of Walk: at least a mile
Notes: This is a very popular park so please be Descreet!!!! Watch for Berry briers and Poison Oak, and if you are looking for the boxes in the winter you will want to wear boots it WILL be MUDDY!!!

This Letterbox series is placed at Bald Hill Park. If your not familliar with Corvallis, From I-5 take Hwy 34 into Corvallis, Follow the signs to the Fairgrounds, on 53rd St, After you pass the fairground take the first right(Resevoir St). About 1/2 mile to your right is the parking lot.


I have decided to put the boxes in reverse order. Because you want to be First not fourth, so when you find the last box you will be #1 BEST IN SHOW!!!

08/06/07 THESE BOXES WERE CHECHED AND 4-2 WERE REPLACED!!!

WATCH OUT FOR POISON OAK!!! IT'S EVERYWHERE!!!

FOURTH PLACE...
At the parking lot, turn and look across the street. Look to the railroad track for this box.

THIRD PLACE...
Walk up the trail, as you walk take in the wildlife especially birds. You will come to a fork in the road and a bench. Take a load off and read about Midge Cramer. As you read look over the rock and you will see a gravel/dirt/mud path (235 degrees magnetic) From the edge of the gravel path walk about 160 paces. To your right you will see a tree where the box hides at its base.

SECOND PLACE...
Find a place where you sometimes go to sit and think. Look for the stairs and follow the path around to the left. When you come to the fork look to your left, there you will find the perfect spot for a box!!!

BEST IN SHOW!
Go to where the animals do. At its Northside and to the right is a cluster of Oaks. Look to where the amimals drink and you will be BEST IN SHOW!!!

Don't forget to check out some the beautiful views!!!!

Happy Hunting!!!