Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

[image] Rose Valley Falls

Rose Valley Falls Trail (22W15)

Length: .5 miles

Difficulty: easy

A short walk starting at Rose Valley Campground leads to the base of the lower falls cascading over an arkosic sands tone cliff. Please do not climb around on steep sections. Park alongside the road outside of the Rose Valley Campground. No Adventure Pass required to park outside of the campground alongside the road.  

There is a day use fee of $10 if you park in the Rose Valley Campground.  Rose Valley Campground is managed by the Parks Management Company for the Forest Service. Camping is $20/night. $10/extra vehicle parking. $10/day use parking in the campground. 

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Park outside of closed gate and walk to the trail through the campground. No free to park outside of campground.
Fees Park alongside the road outside of the Rose Valley Campground. There is  no fee to park alongside the road outside of the campground. Adventure Pass is not required. There is a day use fee of $10 if you park in the Rose Valley Campground. The Rose Valley Campground is managed by the Parks Management Company effective November 1, 2016. Camping fees are $20 per vehicle per night, $10 additional vehicles pe night. Day use parking in the campground is $10/day. 
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