Completely wide open spaces define Waldo Junction. It is dotted with oak trees and serves as cattle land, and a place to explore on the way to Camp Far West. It is located on Dry Creek 9.5 miles northeast of Wheatland. A post office operated in this ghost town (no buildings) from 1898 to 1915. Originally called Cabbage Patch in 1852, the name changed to Waldo upon the opening of the post office.