Coquille River Falls Trail, located near Squaw Lake and Island Campgrounds, offers a 0.5 mile hike. This trail is maintained on an annual basis. Leaving the road, the trail switches back and forth through a virgin stand of undisturbed Douglas-fir, hemlock, and Port-Ortford cedar. The trail ends at the Coquille River Falls. 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.
Directions from Powers: Go south on County Road #219 to Forest Service Road #33 to Road #3348, travel one mile up Road #3348 to trailhead.
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Time of Day: 2;00pm Length of Time: 10 minutes either way but we had a 8 and 4 year old Difficulty: Moderate Number of People Encountered: 0-10 ppl Recommend to a Friend: Highly Report: there is a set of steps toward the end with re-bar coming out of one. My 4 year old needed carried some of the way. This is the 15-20 time i have come here and i always forget video camara. Conditions: 75 degrees and sunny Trail is gravel and is starting to fall apart. Four years ago we took my mother in law and the trail gave out and she fell I had to carry her out we were 25 feet from the bottom so watch the edges Water Availability: took a bottle of water Recommended Clothing: shorts and tanks Suggested Accessories: none
Hiking & Walking
Coquille River Falls Trail
Island Campground - Island Campground, located along the South Fork of the Coquille River, features five sites.
Squaw Lake Campground - Squaw Lake Campground, located close to Coquille River Falls RNA, features six sites.