Lake Creek Falls


Lake Creek Falls is a series of low cascades carved in the bedrock within a narrow gorge approximately one-half mile below the outlet of Triangle lake. The natural bedrock slide, located farther south of the Lower Falls, at present is the main recreational attration in the planning area.


From Eugene, Oregon take Highway 99 North for approximately 10 miles to Highway 36. Go west on Highway 36 for 26 miles. Parking for the recreation site is located .5 miles past Triangle Lake on the right side of the road.





Eugene District 3106 Pierce Parkway Suite E Springfield, OR 97477


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