Todd Lake (Spring)

Todd Lake is a natural lake near the crest of the Cascade Range in central Oregon in the United States. The lake covers 45 acres. It is named in honor of John Y. Todd, an early settler in Central Oregon.
Area: 45 acres
Width: 787′
Length: 2,625′
Mean depth: 21′
Shore length: 1.181 mi
Catchment area: 0.9 square miles (2.3 km2)
There is parking about 10 minutes from the lake. 
Part of the Deschutes National Forest (permit required).

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Jacobs Ranch Homestead

This homestead is located approx. 15 minutes from Bend (half way between Bend & Redmond).

Parking and limited facilities (water / restroom) on site.

Has the feel of “Little House on the Prairie” with a small cottage and many other barns and work sheds

Property also has large paddock, alpacas and a river accessible by road.   And this semi-abandoned sheep’s pen.  Stunning mountain views and rock formations, plus river access for fishing shoot.

June 6.  11am






Jacobs property

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