Purchase of this area, with the assistance of Land and Water funds, was made to preserve an outstanding scenic site. The area is forested, and at the falls site, the Little North Fork of the Santiam River plunges over the rock outcropping about 30 feet to a pool beneath. Only minimum development of the popular area has been undertaken. Emphasis has been placed on preservation of the natural beauty of the site. The Bureau of Land Management owns land on two sides of the park and is interested in ultimately developing the entire area.
Hours8:00 a.m. to Sunset
LocationForty miles from Salem, Santiam Highway, one mile above Mehama, turn left at bridge, fourteen miles up North Fork Road.
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