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Lucia Falls Regional Park

14 Reviews
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Lucia Falls Regional Park

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sp4301 wrote a review Jun 2019
Medford, Oregon1,879 contributions392 helpful votes
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This is a pretty park with a nice wide and mostly level path, picnic areas, bbq pits, paved parking and of course the water falls. The falls are beautiful and there are many points for photos.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Mary S wrote a review Aug 2018
Battle Ground, Washington25 contributions7 helpful votes
I love the serenity of this place. The waves roll along the rocks and are very soothing to me. I love the view of looking into the water.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Mike G wrote a review Jul 2018
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Swimming is not allowed at this park by CC ordinance to protect salmon and steelhead spawning grounds. It’s also a residential area on the opposite banks. Park closes at dusk. It is however a good place to begin a hike or bike ride to Moulton Falls and back or vise versa. If you start here at Lucia Falls you proceed on Lucia Falls Road East about a quarter mile and turn right on Hantwick then follow this over the bridge, and across the RR tracks and left into the Smith Trailhead parking lot. From there is a great trail that more or less follows the East Fork Lewis River on a bike, horse and footpath about 2.6 miles to Moulton Falls. It’s about a 6 mile round trip route. Very peaceful and beautiful along this stretch of wild and scenic East Fork Lewis River.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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southerncaligirl72 wrote a review Sep 2017
California649 contributions107 helpful votes
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We decided to take a drive since the places we wanted to see in Portland weren't open due to fires. This scenic drive was nice. Short loop hike around. About a mile, if that. Beautiful trees and greenery .
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Palms-to-Pines wrote a review Sep 2017
Port Hueneme, California127 contributions17 helpful votes
I took my grand-daughter here when I was in town because she had never been. We walked the easy trail and then we hiked around the rocks by the waterfall and we had a great time! We even found some fresh blackberries, which are in season in August/September. Yum!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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