Here in Oregon, we’re surrounded by stunning, superlative waterfalls. There’s Multnomah Falls, a stunning, 620-foot fall that’s one of the most beautiful and iconic places in the PNW. Columbia River Gorge, where Multnomah is located, is home to 90 cascades on the Oregon side of the river alone and is a bucket-list must for waterfall chasers. And of course, there’s Silver Falls State Park, where the Trail of 10 Falls leads to just as many glorious cascades.

The Oregon Coast often gets left out of the equation, however, and it’s actually home to some of the most wondrous waterfalls in the state — because it’s here where you’ll find the eponymous Oregon Coast Range, a coastal mountain range that houses a of myriad waterfalls, including the spectacular Munson Creek Falls.

Have you visited Munson Creek Falls before? What are some of your favorite Oregon Coast waterfalls? Did you know about this hidden treasure in the Oregon Coast Range? Let us know in the comments.

Learn more about this natural wonder at the Oregon State Parks website. If you love checking out Munson Creek Falls, plan a visit to one of these other top-secret waterfalls in Oregon. And, if you wish to visit many in a single trip, stay overnight in a local hotel or a cozy vacation rental.

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What are some other Oregon Coast waterfalls I should check out?

There is something absolutely magical about the coastal waterfalls in Oregon. While some of these are easily accessible, others do require a bit of a trek. If you are searching for several of the best coastal waterfalls in Oregon to explore, consider adding the following to your bucket list:


Take a look at this ultimate bucket list of waterfalls in Oregon for even more inspiration. And if you plan to visit many of them on a road trip, make sure you plan ahead and check out our road trip packing list.

How To Get To Munson Creek Falls

Munson Creek Falls is the tallest waterfall in the Coast Range and a destination that deserves a spot on every bucket list. To see this impressive waterfall in person, you will take U.S. Route 101 south from Tillamook for approximately 6.5 miles. You will then turn left onto Munson Creek Road and follow this road for a little over one mile. At the end of Munson Creek Falls State Park Road, you will find the trailhead to Munson Creek Falls.

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