Thundering Waters - Oregon Cascade Falls User Guide
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Bureau of Land ManagementUnited States Forest Service
Watson Falls
Type of Falls: Plunge Trail Length: 0.4 mile - Rating: Moderate

This majestic waterfall is the highest in southwest Oregon, plunging 272 feet over the edge of a basalt lava flow. A wooden bridge crosses Watson Creek 0.3 mile from the trailhead, and offers an excellent view of the falls. The falls are also visible from the parking area.


At milepost 60.5 on Hwy. 138, turn south on to Road 37. Parking is on the right.

Nearby Attractions

Toketee Lake Campground, Toketee Falls. Managed by Diamond Lake Ranger District, USFS

Watson Falls Watson Falls
Watson Falls

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