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Fall Creek Trail

Easy hike along Fall Creek takes you to several swimming holes and an old Native American hunting cave
Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 8 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours
Family Friendly

Overview :  Begin near the Dolly Varden Campground, and follow the trail along Fall Creek the entire trip. It's very easy, and would be perfect... more »

Tips:  To get here take Hwy 58 east from I-5 for 14 miles and turn left across Dexter Reservoir. Turn left on North Shore Drive, then the... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Dolly Varden Campground

$12 for single sites, $6 per extra vehicle

Campground is open from 4/23/10 to 10/04/10 weather permitting

All Sites are First Come - First Served

This is the entry campground for the Fall Creek Area. It is nicely placed at a turn in the creek, but is close to the road and bridge. Hoodoo certainly manages many campgrounds that are nicer, but... More

2. Parking/Trailhead

3. Swimming Hole

4. Forest Fire

This area was burned in 2003.

5. Junction

Turn left, cross the bridge, then turn right to continue along the trail on the north side of the creek.

6. Slick Creek Cave