Photograph Cedar Mill Falls

Oregon Cedar Mill Falls

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Explore this small waterfall in the Portland Suburbs.

This waterfall is easy to find. A trail bridge was built is recent years making it easily accessible. You can see the wooden walkway from the road. As far as parking goes, there is a church right beside it with plenty of parking. This is best to see after a heavy rainfall.

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12 months ago

Scenic Detour

Easy access and great photo ops!

12 months ago

12 months ago

Great Suggestion

This is a great suggestion for a photography spot! It is easily accessible and you can get up close to the water for some nice shots.

12 months ago

about 1 year ago

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!! RAD! Majestic bird flew through and landed on top of the waterfall! Stork! 😎😄 cool lil place to visit and take photos

about 1 year ago

over 1 year ago

Hidden Gem

I came here at night actually and it was still amazing. Hands down the best city waterfall I have seen in Portland. Wooden bridge and lookout. I jumped over and hiked to a rock next to the waterfall and did some mindfullness in the dark.

over 1 year ago

Added by Hannah Kemp

I'm a student, but would rather be outdoors.

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