Beaver Creek plunges over a 70 foot wide ledge of bedrock, splitting into several channels during certain times of the year, as it flows towards its confluence with the Sol Duc River. During the winter and spring, Beaver Creek swells to the entire width of the ledge, creating a 70 foot wide wall of water, but in the summer and autumn, the volume of water being released from Beaver Lake reduces to a trickle, and the creek splits into three channels as it splashes into the pool below the falls. There is ample room for swimming here, but the waters of the creek are heavily laced with tanic acids, so it doesn't look like the most inviting water to swim in.
- Beaver Falls is the Official name of this waterfall.
Beaver Falls is located adjacent to SR 113, about 2 miles north of Highway 101 in the small town of Sappho. The falls will be easily seen from the road where the highway bends right and slopes uphill.