White River Falls State Park
White River Falls State Park is a state park in north central Oregon. It is located 35 miles (56 km) by road south of The Dalles and 4. 5 miles (7. 2 km) east of Tygh Valley.
The focus of the park is the falls where wild and scenic White River plunges 90 feet (27 m) from a basalt shelf. At the base of the falls are the ruins of a hydropower plant which supplied electricity to north central Oregon from 1910 to 1960. The falls are located at river mile (RM) 3 of the White River which flows into the Deschutes at RM 46.5.
There are no fees to use the park and it is open mid-March through the end of October.
|Tamanawas Falls (25.4 miles)|
Mt. Hood (30.5 miles)
Ramona Falls Trailhead (37 miles)
Lost Lake (Oregon) (39.2 miles)
Dog Mountain (43.2 miles)
|Wind Mountain Trailhead (45.4 miles)|
Bridge of the Gods (48.5 miles)
Wahclella Falls (49.4 miles)
Horsetail Falls (52.8 miles)
Multnomah Falls (54.5 miles)
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Maupin, Oregon 97037
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