Located roughly 25 miles east of Roseburg, Cavitt Creek Falls Recreation Site is a popular destination for summer getaways. This place offers a variety of activities such as swimming, cliff jumping, hiking, picnicking, and camping.
The crystal-clear water of the creek is collected from one or two channels (depends on the water level) of Cavitt Creek Falls into a deep colorful pool. The pool and 7-foot falls are encased by solid rocks.
Surrounded by the North Umpqua National Forest, Cavitt Creek Falls is an excellent spot to cool off on a hot summer day.
This site offers 10 individual campsites, available on a first-come, first-served basis, and a day-use area. Trout fishing with artificial flies and lures is open from Cavitt Creek and Little River from late May through mid-September. Contact the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for their regulations and exact season dates.
Cautions: Cliff jumping and slippery rocks are associated with risks, please use caution and make safe decisions.
Cavitt Creek Falls | General Description
Open: Mid-may – end of September from 8 am to 8 pm
Location: Umpqua National Forest
Services: Vault toilets, potable water, garbage service, picnic sites, campground
Activities: Swimming, rock jumping, cliff jumping (at your own risk), hiking, and fishing
Distance from the parking: Short
Road access: Any passenger vehicle
Day-use fees: None
Dogs: No dogs allowed in the swimming area
Usage: Moderate to heavy
Restrictions: No diving or cliff jumping
Elevation: 1,050 ft (320 m)
Cavitt Creek Falls Recreation Site is located:
- 10 miles east of Glide
- 25 miles east of Roseburg
- 92 miles southeast of Eugene.
- Drive approximately 16.5 miles east of Roseburg on Highway 138
- Turn right onto Little River Road and continue for 6.7 miles
- Turn right at the covered bridge onto Cavitt Creek Road
- Proceed for 3.2 miles to Cavitt Falls Recreation Site.