Whitehead Creek Falls
Lane County, Oregon, United States
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This waterfall has been surveyed, mapped and measured in person by the World Waterfall Database.
HISTORY AND NAMES
- Whitehead Creek Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall
Location and directions
Located along Highway 58 above Lookout Point Reservoir. There is a pullout where Bridge Creek crosses under Highway 58, about 5 miles west of the bridge over the Willamette River just outside of Oakridge - 1 mile west of Shady Dell Campground - or about ¾ mile east of Black Canyon Campground. Walk 200 feet west along the shoulder of Highway 58 to Whitehead Creek, and find a rough scramble path on the left side of the creek that leads upstream to the larger parts of the falls in about 150 feet.
|Whitehead Creek Falls is shown in the center. Additional nearby waterfalls (if any) can be found in the list below.|
Additional Nearby Waterfalls
|Name of Waterfall||Distance|
|Bridge Creek Falls||0.08 mi / 0.13 km|
|Upper Bridge Creek Falls||1.92 mi / 3.07 km|
|Kreuger Rock Falls||3.02 mi / 4.84 km|
|Duval Creek Falls||3.5 mi / 5.6 km|
|South Creek Falls||3.75 mi / 6 km|
|Moon Falls||4.82 mi / 7.72 km|
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Though not an impressive waterfall, it is a good photo study. Lots of mossy boulders and cascades abound, so bring extra film / memory. The sun will likely be a problem after 10:30am, with lots of contrast generated thereafter by the thick forest.
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