Hike up to this two-tiered waterfall in the Umpqua National Forest.
Toketee Falls is about halfway between Medford and Eugene, Oregon, situated in the Umpqua National Forest. Throughout the Toketee Falls hike, you will also see the North Umpqua River off to one side. The upper falls at Toketee drop 40 feet, and the lower falls are drop 80 feet, cascading over a wall of volcanic basalt rock. This is a beautiful area for landscape photography, so don't forget to bring your camera.
To get here from Roseburg, Oregon, head east on State Route 138. Turn at milepost 58.6 onto Forest Road, then cross the first bridge and park in the lot on the left side. Up to 10 cars can park here, and the trailhead is at the far end of the parking lot. Please note that the only amenities here are picnic tables and a vault toilet. Please be respectful and leave no trace. Toketee Falls is open year-round, and is pretty secluded compared to other popular waterfalls. If you're exploring central Oregon, don't hesitate to stop by Toketee Falls.