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Alsea Falls and Green Peak Falls

Two beautiful waterfalls that gush in the winter and great for swimming in the summer.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 2.6 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours
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Overview :  Alsea Falls Recreation Area is next to the South Fork Alsea River, in a lush coastal forest of red cedars, maples, and Douglas firs.... more »

Tips:  From Corvallis, Oregon, take Highway 99 W south for 15 miles. Turn west on Alpine Road and drive five miles to Alpine Junction.... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Alsea Campground

A .5 mile trail connects the campground to the picnic area where you will find the falls and the trailhead.

First come first serve campground and picnic area

Group campsite 16 is $20 a night
Individual sites $12 a night
Day-use $3 per vehicle

2. Picnic Area & Trailhead/Restrooms

3. Alsea Falls

4. Trail to Green Peak Falls

Cross the bridge to head towards Green Peak Falls

5. Junction

You can either turn uphill here, or continue down the gravel road. If you turn uphill you can find a treehouse a hundred feet up a tree.

6. Tree House

Look a hundred feet above you to look at the tree house, but don't climb up it's very dangerous.

7. Trail Junction

Make sure you follow the trail here near a campground area. If you head up any of the steep trails you are going in the wrong direction.

8. Green Peak Falls