Alsea Falls Recreation Area
Salem District | OR
Season Dates: May 1 - October 31
Watch for Heavy Equipment and Log Trucks on Fall Creek Road near the Alsea Falls Recreation Site and Alsea Falls Trail System from September 23, 2015 through May 30, 2016.
Alsea Falls Recreation Area is nestled along the South Fork Alsea River National Back Country Byway, between the small communities of Alsea and Alpine. The Alsea Falls Recreation Area offers 16 overnight camp sites and 22 day use sites along the pristine South Fork Alsea River that is located in a lush coastal forest. The campground and day use site offers potable water, tent pads, fire rings, picnic tables, and vault toilets. The Alsea Falls Recreation Area also offers hiking trails that will provide you with a scenic hike through the forest and to several waterfalls. The Fall Creek Trailhead is located within minutes from the campground by bike. For more information please look at the links to the right or call 503-375-5646
The Fall Creek Trailhead is a mountain-bike specific, single track, downhill flow style system that has 6.5 miles of forested adventure for all skill levels. The inspiration for the Fall Creek Trail System design came from the internationally known and popular Sandy Ridge Trail System. For more information on the Fall Creek Trailhead go to the Alsea Falls Trail System website or call 503-375-5646.
East access: From Corvallis, take Hwy 99W south 15 miles. Turn west on Alpine Road and drive to the town of Alpine. Continue along Alpine Road 9 miles to Alsea Falls Campground. Just past campground, turn left on Fall Creek Road.
West access: travel Hwy 34 south from Philomath to the town Alsea. Turn south, travel on Alsea Deadwood Hwy 1 mile to the South Fork Road which then connects with the South Fork Alsea Access Road. Just past the Alsea Falls picnic area, turn right on paved Fall Creek Road.