With 10 waterfalls and an array of sights as varied as the seasons, Silver Falls State Park is truly the Crown Jewel of Oregon State Parks. Over seven miles of canyon trails wind past ten (or more, in season) spectacular waterfalls; multiple loops and access points allow hikers to decide on short or longer hikes of varying challenge.
An additional 25 miles of multi-use trails allow hikers, cyclists, and equestrians to explore the rest of the park's extensive wilderness.
Silver Falls State Park has rental cabins, overnight camping, picnic shelters, and hand-crafted structures including a lodge built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's. The lodge and other buildings are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
- The largest state park in Oregon
- More than 9,000 acres
- More than 24 miles of walking trails