South & North Creek Falls
Photographer: G. Price
back to waterfalls - Oakridge
South Creek Falls - shutter speed 1.6S, ISO100, lens 150mm, aperture 29, tripod, polarizer;
North Creek Falls - shutter speed 3.2S, ISO100, lens 200mm, aperture 29, tripod, polarizer
South and North Creek Falls are west of Oakridge.
Only one of two places I know of where two separate water sources produce side-by-side waterfalls.
The other is located at Lower Kentucky & North Fork Falls south of Walton.
GPS N43º 49.443', W122º 37.285', Elevation above sea level 970 ft.
Facilities available at milepost 13 at the covered bridge.
- From I-5 take exit 188A for HWY 58
- Near milepost 24, past a guardrail, park at the trail start for Eula Ridge #3463
- Walk back up the guardrail towards the milepost '24' sign and look towards the creek to see
South Creek Falls. To the right you will also see the smaller North Creek Falls flowing into confluence.
- South Creek Falls can also be seen from above on the trail by staying to the right.