Located in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Paulina Creek Falls is one of the many majestic waterfalls in Oregon. A short, easy hike will lead you to this spectacular twin waterfall carved through the rugged volcanic terrain. Next time you’re in central Oregon, head to Paulina Creek Falls for an unforgettable experience.

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The area is uniquely spectacular.

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You can find Paulina Creek Falls in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, roughly 30 miles south of Bend. Take HWY 97 to Paulina Lake Road, and after about 12 miles you’ll find a signed parking area for Paulina Creek Falls. There’s a $5 parking fee.

Find out about some more gorgeous waterfall hikes in Oregon here.

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