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Paradise Park Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Waterfall, Paradise Point State Park (bobcat)


This small waterfall, just outside the boundary of Washington's Paradise Point State Park, drops about 20 feet on a creek that feeds the East Fork Lewis River. The waterfall is best seen during the wet season as it becomes a mere trickle in the summer and early fall. There is a shaded viewing platform off the trail. A path does lead to the waterfall, but as the falls themselves are on private land, this should not be taken.

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