The relatively short Coquille River Falls trail switches back and forth through an amazing stand of old-growth Douglas-fir, hemlock, and Port-Orford cedar trees, and ends at Coquille River Falls. The trail is within driving distance from the small town of Powers, Oregon, and several campgrounds in and around the town.
When arriving at the falls, care should be taken, since the trail is steep and almost always wet. Footing is very insecure when descending to the river.
- Brochure: The Geology of Waterfalls Along the Coquille River (996 KB PDF)
At a Glance
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From Powers, OR, travel south on County Road 219 to Forest Road 33. Continue to Forest Road 3348 and travel 1.6 miles to trailhead.
From Gold Beach, OR, go northeast on County Road 595 to Forest Road 33, to Forest Road 3348. Travel 1.6 miles to trailhead.
From Glendale, OR, go west on Bureau of Land Management Road 32-9-3 to Forest Road 3348. Travel 17 miles to trailhead.
- USGS Map: T33S, R11W, Section 20
- Trail is not designed for the following uses: pack and saddle, mountain bikes, motorized bikes, ATVs, 4-wheel drives, barrier free