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Silver Falls State Park, Sublimity

(4.7/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
The largest state park in Oregon, Silver Falls State Park hosts mountain bikers, horseback riders, and hikers. The forest trails along Silver Creek are the setting for many films that take advantage of the wild woods. The Trail of Ten Falls, otherwise known as Canyon Trail, follows the creek and passes by ten waterfalls. South Falls is the most popular set of waterfalls, but the highest cascade is the 54 m (178 ft) tall Double Falls. Plan your Silver Falls State Park visit and explore what else you can see and do in Sublimity using our Sublimity itinerary builder.
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  • We stayed in cabin #5 in March of 2017. The cabins are really cute, but really small. Be prepared to bring everything you normally would take if you were camping. The only things the cabins have are b...  more »
  • This park has stunning views of many falls, many of which you can wade to or near. If it is raining, be prepared to wear appropriate shoes as it can get quite muddy and slippery. It is a mega-hike for...  more »
  • There are many possible hikes with viewing areas for those that are not big on hiking. Parking was plentiful at the main lot. The waterfalls were spectacular with a couple very close to parking for th...  more »
  • I've done the trail that has ten falls about 5 or 6 times and it's awesome every time. The park is well taken care of, the sights are good. If you come through this area, definitely stop and at least see the south fall minimum, do more if you can. It is worth the view. Not as impressive in the late summer and fall, come in the winter or spring and there is SO much water. It's incredible.
  • Amazing, breathtaking views. It's a hike (everything incredible has a catch) so come prepared if you plan on seeing more than two falls. The first fall is worth seeing all on its own, and you can do that from an easy to access viewpoint.
  • Amazing hike and wonderful views. Take a full day to really enjoy your hike. So much moisture the mushrooms were everywhere all kinds, saw my first puffball.
  • This looks to be a wonderful park, however, for safety reasons, we were unable to bring our dog into the falls area. It would have been nice to have taken our dog around the 7.2 mile route to see all the falls. If you are "dogless" you should be able to make the trek. We look forward to heading back out to this park to see more of the falls.
  • This is a great Park with up to 13 water falls, depending on the season. This is a poplar park for both locals and tourists. The scenery is spectacular and the trils actually bores behind several waterfalls. There is a 10 falls hike and a 13 falls hike. Either way plan to spend most of the day. There is also a ridge trail which doesn't pass any falls, which is pretty uncrowded, which still has nice scenery. Warning: The falls are at their peak durign the winter, but there may also be ice on the ground during that time. Trad carefully.