Stop by the second-highest single drop waterfall in Oregon for an awe-inspiring sight.
Located in the Cascade Mountains, this waterfall is over 280 feet tall, and an observation platform is easily accessed right from the parking lot. The observation platform is wheelchair accessible. A steep staircase trail leads you down to the base of the waterfall for those who want to take a closer look at the falls. If you are willing to take a short hike, follow the gravel trail that will take you along the Salt Creek Falls canyon rim. A $5 fee is required per vehicle to enter and park. The best months with the biggest flow rate occurs between April to August. There are wheelchair-accessible restrooms with flushing toilets; however, these are not open during the winter months.
Mountain biking is popular here, so you may bring your own bike or rent one in Oakridge before arriving here. Make sure to bring your own water and food with you if you plan to visit for a while, and always clean up any trash before leaving. There are picnic areas available on a first-come, first-served basis if you would like to enjoy a meal by the falls too. This is a great spot to take pictures as well, so don’t forget your camera!