Susan Creek Falls Trail is a 1.9 mile out and back trail located near Idleyld Park, Oregon that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Beautiful and well maintained.
Easy enough for any age group. Beautiful waterfall at the end.
Nice short hike. Well maintained
so much fun and you can get really close to the waterfall.. my dog loved it too.. though make sure you are aware there is poison oak on the side of the trail so look out. Fogs will be fine but don't touch the plants your self..a f wash your dogs if they go though it.
very easy kid friendly loved it
very easy trail. Very popular as there were many families on the trail. Lots of dog poop on the trail. Wish people would be more responsible with there pets.
It has an absolutely beautiful trail and the falls are amazing. Easy in and out trail also.
Very short trail, lots of people on it on any given day. Good trail to take kids on. Would definitely do it again.
My husband and I were at Seven Feathers for our wedding anniversary. We decided to drive to Susan Creek Falls and enjoy the waterfall before heading home. After experiencing this waterfall, we didn't want to leave! I really wish the swim hole wasn't so cold or I would have gone swimming. Very beautiful in person. I'm sure it's even better when the water level isn't low. The hike is very easy to accomplish and a very well maintained trail.
Just something quick to do. VERY short trail. I would do Fall Creek Falls trail over this one.
Nice easy hike. This trail is wheelchair accessible and very well maintained.
There are 3 viewing areas of the falls and there is also a picnic table. It'd be a nice place to relax with a snack or picnic lunch.
An easy hike to a nice waterfall. There's viewing areas, benches and a picnic table at the falls, and easy access to the creek if you have some adventurous kids. A nice Saturday afternoon.
A nice easy hike up to a beautiful waterfall. The once accessable indian mounds are now off limits, probably a good thing. Very shaded trail full of ferns and moss. Watch your step as it can be slippery.