Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Water Unknown
About Salmon Creek Falls Campground

This 14 site campground is located in a beautiful, lush, old growth forest along Salmon Creek. The rocky gorge-like area creates two small beautiful waterfalls and several deep pools which reflect the clear blue-green waters. Wild thimbleberries and hazelnuts abound in the summer. This camp is a favorite recreation spot for local residents as well as some more distant travelers.

National Forest
Drive In
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Salmon Creek Falls Campground is located in Oregon
43.7624 N
-122.3749 W
Get Directions
Five miles east of Oakridge, Oregon, along Salmon Creek. From the corner of Crestview Street and Oregon State Highway 58 (at the only traffic light along Highway 58 in Oakridge), travel north on Crestview Street over the railroad tracks for 0.2 miles.  Bear right at the four-way intersection onto East 1st Street, through the center of Oakridge.  Follow East 1st Street for approximately 1.1 miles out of town to the junction of Fish Hatchery Road (on your right).  Here, East 1st becomes Forest Road 24, otherwise known as the Salmon Creek Road.  Stay straight on Salmon Creek Road, and travel approximately 3.7 miles and the destination will be on your right.
2 Reviews of Salmon Creek Falls Campground
Gorgeous river-adjacent hidden gem

Awesome spot right on the river. Water was flowing and chilly but not painful in late July. There are a couple of good spots to jump off some rocks into the pools. Supposedly fishing is really good. Trees are tall and shady.

Lots of great trails for biking/hiking nearby.

The sites themselves are par for the course: table + fire ring. Enough space for 1-2 tents. Sites are a little close together / exposed to each other. It's fine if your neighbors are mellow but would be rough if you had rowdy folks adjacent.

It's a small couple of loops that tend to fill up fast. Plan on arriving mid-week in peak season to get the best spots. Keep in mind that if you're on the river side, people will be walking through/by your sites a lot.

First to Review
Idyllic creekside campground

I stayed one night at Salmon Creek Falls in April, 2013 and was stoked on how sweet-sounding the falls were from the campsite we snagged. It was early in the season, so there was only one other family there. There are a few excellent spots on the creek side of the campground with decent access to the water. Plus, the drive from Eugene is a beautiful one. I can imagine this first-come campground fills up quick in the summer, but at least for early or late season it's and awesome place for a quick jaunt out of town with a nice level of seclusion.