Cavitt Creek Falls Recreation Site

Description:

Away from the busy North Umpqua corridor, Cavitt Creek Falls is a favorite of the locals. Adjacent to the campground, an attractive water play area at the base the 6-foot waterfall is popular on hot summer days. An abundant forest of fir, maple, oak trees surrounds the recreation site.

Directions:

16.5 miles east of Roseburg on Highway 138, turn right on Little River Road and follow for 6.7 miles. Turn right at the covered bridge on Cavitt Creek Road and continue for 3.2 miles to the recreation site. Elevation: 1,040 feet

Phone:

541 464-3291

Email:

Gregg_Morgan@or.blm.gov

Address:

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Activities:

Camping Hiking Picnicking Water Sports

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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