Falls Creek Falls is a small, low volume (but not seasonal) waterfall near the tiny coastal towns of Clallam Bay and Sekiu along the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The falls cascade about 25 feet down a steep pothole-pitted trough before flowing into the sea. Depending on the time of year, the falls can be seen from Highway 112, bearing on the water flow and the amount of foliage on the surrounding trees. This isn't really all that interesting of a waterfall, but waterfall hunters who journey to the northwest tip of Washington may find reason to stop.
- Falls Creek Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall.
Falls Creek Falls can be found 1.6 miles west of Sekiu along Highway 112. The falls can be seen from the highway, but closer access requires proceeding an additional 500 feet down the highway, then parking at the beginning of a muddy dirt road that parallels the highway at sea level. Walk down the road, following it under the highway and up to the old bridge at the base of the falls. This may or may not be private property, so please abide any posted signs and don't overstay your welcome.