Wildcat Creek Bridge
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Wildcat Covered Bridge crosses Wildcat Creek near its confluence with the Siuslaw River. The 75 foot long span includes a long narrow opening on the east side to provide a view of oncoming traffic. The nearby Austa boat ramp provides access to the Siuslaw River for fishermen. Take Oregon 126 west from Eugene and turn off at Whitaker Creek/Clay Creek Recreation. The bridge is about half a mile away, after a left turn.