Munson Creek Falls is an impressive waterfall with a stunning 266-foot drop, making it one of Oregon’s largest falls and certainly one of the most beautiful.
The base of the waterfall can be approached by following the lower trail, which is a relatively simple half mile stroll. Gorgeous views can be found at the end of the lower trail, as well as a convenient picnic area.
The more strenuous upper trail offers many picturesque sights along the way, leading up to a breathtaking view at the summit. The Munson Creek Falls and the trails that accompany it are appropriate for children and adults of all ages.
A working studio and gallery since 1971, in Cannon Beach since 1991. Blowers Jim Kingwell, Suzanne Kindland, Michelle Kaptur, Mark Gordon, Wendy Harmon; fusers Kathleen Sheard, Steve Krig, Taryn Wise; lampworkers Tony Parker, Laura Bowker, Pam Juett.
Lumberman’s Memorial Park is located in the heart of Garibaldi where 3rd Street and American Avenue intersect. Created in the 1960’s by the Garibaldi Lions Club and other community members in Tillamook County, volunteers rolled up their sleeves and created...