Annie Falls is one of three named waterfalls in Crater Lake National Park. The falls cascade 53 feet down a sloped step in Annie Creek Canyon, surrounded by walls of petrified volcanic ash from the long since gutted Mount Mazama. The falls are viewed from the Annie Falls picnic area, but a grove of trees at the bottom of the canyon obstruct the falls from view from pretty much every angle in some way or another, and as a result, are not a widely known or sought out attraction within Crater Lake National Park. Do not try to approach the falls closely - the canyon walls are extremely crumbly and unstable, and a mis-step would almost certainly lead to serious injury or worse.
- Annie Falls is the Official name of this waterfall.
The Annie Falls picnic area is 4 1/2 miles north of the south entrance to Crater Lake National Park, along Highway 62, or 4 1/2 miles south of the entrance station at Mazama Village.