Silver Falls


brochure Silver Falls - Camping
nine monthsin advance by calling 1-800-452-5687 or visiting If your reservation is for today, call 503-873-8681 ext. 31. Otherwise, call 1-800-452-5687. 1-800-551-6949 H Cabin Camping ow do you camp? Whether it is in a RV, a tent, a rustic cabin, with a group or with your horse, Silver Falls State Park has you covered within its 9,065-acres of forest, meadows, canyons and sparkling waterfalls. Year-round Camping • • • • 48 electrical sites with water (18+ sites open year-round) 43 tent sites with water nearby (seasonal May–Oct.) 14 cabins (four pet friendly, open year-round) Hot showers and flush toilets. Non-campers must pay shower fee. • Universal Access: Campsites B2 and B4, four cabins, and campground restrooms/showers are accessible according to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Howard Creek Horse Camp • 5 primitive camp sites for up to eight people and four horses. • 1 group site for up to 24 people and 12 horses. • Open May–Sept. North Falls Group Camp (May–Sept.) • 2 group areas for up to 50 people (25 vehicles). No sewer, electric or water connections. • Picnic tables, outdoor fire pits and nearby flush restrooms. • RV dump station nearby North Falls Meeting Hall (May–Sept.) Silver Falls State Park 20024 Silver Falls Hwy SE Sublimity OR 97385 503-873-8681 Latitude: 44.873958 N Longitude: -122.651655 W This spacious meeting hall has seating for 100, a commercial kitchen, fireplace, propane heat, and flush restrooms. Many group campers reserve this facility for reunions, meetings and other group events. A gravel parking area fits 30 vehicles. Support your parks by becoming a member of the Oregon State Parks Foundation. Free 12-month day-use parking permit with your membership. Enjoy the year-round comfort of a rustic cabin. The park’s 14 cabins are furnished with beds and vinyl-covered mattresses for four to six campers. Each cabin has heating, lights, a table with chairs, and a picnic table and fire ring outside. Up to two pets are allowed in the pet friendly cabins for an additional fee. Group Overnight Facilities For rates and detailed information on group facilities, visit or call 503-873-8681. Camp Silver Creek (Limited availability) A unique and secluded area for a group event, with more than 40 historic buildings constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps features multiple cabins, a recreational hall, craft building, dining hall and shower house. A large field, campfire ring, baseball diamond and creek provide space to recreate. The dining hall seats 120 and includes a large commercial kitchen. Cabins for overnight stay are divided into four loops with six camper cabins, two leader cabins (equipped with power), restroom and unit lodge. The cabins are rustic with screen-only windows and wooden plank bunks.The facility accommodates 250 overnight guests and parking for 50 vehicles. Silver Falls Lodge and Conference Center Tucked 1.5 miles off the main road, this secluded, privately-run venue offers deluxe cabins and rustic buildings that are ideal for weddings, retreats, meetings, reunions, or single-cabin rentals. Pricing and details: or 503-873-8875. The Ranches As of Jan. 1 2019, The Ranches are now operated by Silver Falls Lodge and Conference Center. Pricing and reservations: or (866) 575-8875. The Old Ranch and New Ranch are dormitory-style bunkhouses for up to 75 overnight guests. Each features a commercial kitchen and a great room with picnic tables and a centralized fireplace; wooden plank bunk beds line the open second-floor. The New Ranch is open year-round and is nestled on the edge of the forest; this facility is insulated with upper decks and has bunk beds with full-sized beds on the bottom. The Old Ranch, open May-Sept., is more rustic with twin beds, exposed beams and large barn doors. The parking area fits 30 vehicles. Overnight Rates Rates are subject to change. For current information, call 800-551-6949 or go to Day-use Fees Daytime visitors to all areas of the park must display a day-use parking permit. Camping receipts serve as a daily permit for registered campers. Visitors for the day can purchase daily permits at fee machines at the park; annual permits are sold at major state park offices and at To North Falls Day-use and Group Camp Trails are not maintained B ert on To So ut 214 h Fall s    63400-9845 (2/19) Recycling and Garbage • Recycle plastic, glass, aluminum, tin, cardboard and newspapers at recycling areas at the campground and throughout the park. • The RV dump station is located at North Falls Day-use and Group Camp, three miles from the main campground. Learning for All Learn about the geology and wildlife of the park by participating in guided hikes, interpretive talks, and other programs offered year round. Youth ages 6–12 can participate in the Junior Ranger Program to discover park secrets and earn prizes. Schedules are posted throughout the park and on the park blog. Smoking in Oregon State Parks is allowed only in personal vehicles, RVs, campsites and portions of day use parks along state highways that are designated as safety rest areas by the Oregon Department of Transportation. Howard Creek Horse Camp  Day-use parking  A  To Trail of Ten Falls Silv -use WHERE TO STAY Park Information: To Hwy 214 , South Falls Day Silver Falls Need to cancel your reservation? Follow these guidelines: Reserve early! Reserve campsites one day to North Falls Meeting Hall C   F   Group horse camp B  A D E  Nature Play Area  To Silver Falls Lodge & Conference Center Silver Falls (25 miles) To Silverton (13 miles)  N ® North Falls Day-use and Group Camp 214 24  North Falls Trailhead 26 (80) 25 (57) North ad Ro Fork 21  Cabin Loop New Ranch Park Covered host footbridge   10 u So Extra vehicle parking    tur Na op l lo ai e tr (14 miles) RV dump station 3 miles Cabin key drop box    1 th F ork r r C e v l Si eek  6  Cabin   Loop 5 4 2    3   Registration booth/ camper check-in  Gate   To nd grou p m ca Gate (reservations required for entry)   Check-in after 4 p.m., Check-out by 1 p.m. oa d tain R NOTE: The RV dump station is located at the North Falls group camp three miles p (un ave d) All information or fees subject to change without notice. This brochure is available in alternative formats upon request. Call 1-800-551-6949. Oregon Relay for the hearing impaired: dial 711. To Silverton il Camp • Campground quiet hours are between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. Silver Creek Reservable group facilities. Reservations required • All vehicles must be parked on pavement. for entry. RVs not permitted. • Up to two pets (cats and/or dogs only) are allowed in the pet-friendly cabins for an additional fee. Pets must be physically restrained at all times when not confined in a vehicle, cabin, or tent. Leashes must be no longer than six feet. All waste must be properly removed. (See our “Pets in Parks” brochure for details.) • All vehicles parked at Silver Falls without a valid permit are subject to citation. from the main campground. 9    7     2300 2.8    72 (62) ge Tra Moun Lookout Upper Smith Creek Cabins 78 (34) 8 tt Rid Racke 214 Trailhead 79 (53) 44 (40) 2198 Silver Falls Lodge & Conference Center Extra Park host 10 (57) Camp Silver Creek To South Falls day-use area and Trail of Ten Falls  vehicle parking Park host Howard Creek Horse Camp To Salem (25 miles) p   Campground 214 loo 42 (49) JR The Ranches Old Ranch rail 38 (41)  18 (73) re t Reservations: 800-452-5687     41 (64) 33 (40) 20 (39) 214 Park Office  Registration booth 37 (60) 27 (39) 19  South Falls Day-use Area atu 32 (61) 23  Limited parking Trail of Ten Falls South Falls To day-use area To Salem To horse camp and Conference Center To ranches and youth camp 42 (49) Electric site 49 Tent site 3 Cabin JR Junior Ranger Shelter (site length in feet) camping/facility  Accessible  Pet-friendly facility  Shower  Restroom Fee collection  station  Park office  Information  Firewood  Phone  Amphitheater  Waste station center  Recycling Dogs on leash  allowed  Playground  Parking  Waterfall  Hiking  Biking  Mountain biking Hiking trail Hiking/biking trail

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