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The Weather in Fall Creek
You can see our climate diagram above. In the next 6 months, August will have higher average temperatures. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 33°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is July.
Calm lakes and cascading waterfalls with a Fall Creek vacation rental
Retreat from the fast pace of modern life with a stay in a Fall Creek cabin in rural Oregon. Nestled in the heart of the state, this sublime location features shimmering lakes, spectacular hikes, and of course, waterfalls. Enjoy outdoor adventures as a family and rest each night in your tranquil vacation abode, tucked beneath the majestic Douglas firs.
Railroads and covered bridges
Encounter a piece of local history over at the Lowell Covered Bridge Interpretative Center. Housed inside a historic covered bridge that dates to 1945, the interactive display guides you through the history of Oregon's covered bridges. The Lowell Covered Bridge once spanned the Willamette River, but now extends out over the Dexter Reservoir. This fascinating attraction lets you delve into the environment, construction, and community behind the covered bridge. On calm days, the reflection of the bridge shimmers in the water, making this a picturesque place for a picnic.
Don't miss the Rolling Rock Interpretative Park, where railroad history is charted through the years. Admire the original machinery and engineering marvels that moved pioneering Americans across the country. Visit during the Blackberry Jam Festival to take part in a celebration of the area's famously prickly brambles and to enjoy local live music.
Family fun in Fall Creek
Children and adults alike appreciate the stunning beauty of Fall Creek Reservoir. Plunge into the lake and enjoy tranquil swims beneath the mighty mountains. A two lane boat ramp makes its easy to glide out on the water to enjoy family fishing trips. Turn up the throttle and whizz across the water on a jet ski or water ski for faster paced fun.
You can also rent kayaks and paddle boards and venture out on the lake's inviting mirror-like surface. Or what about relaxing on one of the beaches that border the lake? Enjoy games of beach volleyball, and barbecue your catch of the day as the sun sets over the water. There are few more rejuvenating family vacation activities than playing all day by the lake.
Walks and waterfalls
Falls Creek Loop Hike stretches for six miles through forests of Douglas Firs, past an impressive basalt canyon, crossing a suspension bridge on its way to the falls. These spectacular falls thunder in several tiers down the mountain, while giant boulders nearby act as perfect seats and picnic tables from which you can watch this impressive sight.
There are several upper cascades of the falls which you can follow by taking the two mile Upper Trail. Though you do not see the full falls from this angle, from here you can also see the Falls Creek Valley and mountain range in the distance.
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