Toketee Falls, Crater Lake National Park
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Toketee Falls is located in Crater Lake National Park. See Toketee Falls and all Crater Lake National Park has to offer by arranging your trip with our Crater Lake National Park trip builder.
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The walk to the falls is easy and beautiful, through a fabulous old growth forest. The trail is maintained - stairs and fencing have been built to give easy access to anyone that wants to see the fall... read more »
Hike to falls about one mile roundtrip, with over 200 steps, was raining when I hiked to falls. It was worth it. A beautiful falls with a viewing stand with great views of this falls.
It is only about 1/2 mile from the parking area to the viewing platform for Toketee Falls. Fairly easy trail with some steps along the way.
Some of the best falls I've seen in terms of pure aesthetics in the area. The trail to them is well maintained with steps, railings, and benches. Almost anyone should be able to make the short walk there. For the more adventurous types there is a great little scramble path down to the shore of the pool facing the falls as well as a few other great "hidden gem" paths along the trail that offer amazing vantages of the stream and falls. Don't skip this one!
The view from the lookout platform is absolutely stunning. Some people climb over the railing and go to the bottom but I would strongly advise against it. The trek down is very steep and the water is frigid with string currents even at the end of summer. Stay safe!
There's hot springs near by as well! It is a great hike to the viewpoint but if you want to go down to the waterfall you have to use a rope and kind of pull yourself down I didn't get to do it but it didn't look too difficult plan on doing it next time I go without my dogs!
Great forested area, but the mosquitos were fierce, they don't back down from deet! But really that's to be expected camping near a lake in the summer. The real issue is the bathroom. Can smell it before you even get to it, and when you do get brave enough to approach it and open the door you'll be swarmed by 50 flies and a literally poop smeared toilet seat. Granted it was 4th of July weekend, it was never serviced once while we were there. So bring your bug net and plan to do business in the bushes, and enjoy the scenery!
Great place to take the kids. Beautiful hike! Nice little viewing area as well once you get to the falls!
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