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Woodburn Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Woodburn Falls in May runoff (fallsfreak)
Woodburn Falls trickling in early June (fallsfreak)

Description

After the snow melts, its always easiest to hike in low elevations with mild climates. That's much needed with ephimeral Woodburn Falls. Woodburn Falls is an officially-named, yet little known waterfall in Lacamas Lake Park. It is seasonal, probably becoming a waterfall around October rains and completely drying up by the end of June or early July. Despite it being seasonal, it is the only waterfall in Lacamas Lake Park that is not controlled by a dam, making the water flow 100% natural. There are two trails that eventually lead to Woodburn Falls.

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