Everyone In Oregon Must Visit This Epic Waterfall As Soon As Possible

Toketee Falls is a stunningly beautiful waterfall that cascades 113 feet into a deep turquoise basin. Aptly named, Toketee is the Chinook word for “graceful”. Located on the North Umpqua River in the Umpqua National Forest, this majestic waterfall is carved through ancient, textured basalt adorned with emerald green leaves. This unique waterfall is absolutely breathtaking, and it’s a perfect destination for your next unforgettable excursion into nature.

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The trailhead is located near Roseburg. To get to the falls, take Highway 138 and turn north at milepost 58.6 onto Forest Road 34 (AKA Toketee-Rigdon Road). Once you’ve crossed the first bridge, you’ll see the trailhead parking on the left. The hike is an easy .8 mile loop trail that includes a number of stairs. Trust me, you won’t regret it!

Have you been to this waterfall? What are some other amazing waterfalls in Oregon? Share your thoughts in the comments.