Photograph Dog Creek Falls

Washington Dog Creek Falls Pull-Off

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This small and easily accessible waterfall is right off of the scenic WA 14.

There is a large gravel pull off area for this waterfall right beside the sign for Dog Creek Falls. You can see this waterfall just by driving along WA 14, however your view will be slightly obstructed. There is a very short path leading to the base of the falls.

While the water is not particularly deep in most parts, I would recommend wearing rain boots so you will be able to shoot from the middle of the creek to get a better view of the falls.

This is an easy waterfall to find for all the waterfall hunters out there.

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  • Camera
  • Tripod
  • Rain boots
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over 1 year ago

amazing

one of my all one favorite hikes to do in summer. Winter is fantastic as well

over 1 year ago

Added by Hannah Kemp

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

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