I stumbled onto this pretty waterfall purely by chance while searching for other waterfalls along Brice Creek. This small, but very photogenic fall, drops down a wooded hillside in three small tiers (that I could see), with possibly more further upstream. This waterfall can also be used as a marker to find the short trail down to Blue Hole Falls on Brice Creek across the street. On my most recent visit, I had a hard time locating the falls because the trees next to the road had grown up substantially, so be sure to use your odometer to find the correct location.
- Evergreen Falls is the Proposed name of this waterfall.
I haven't been able to find any evidence that this waterfall has an official name, so for now, seeing how many small firs were lining the banks of this stream, this name will suffice.
Exit Interstate 5 at Cottage Grove (Exit 174) and drive east on Row River Road for approximately 19 1/2 miles to signed Brice Creek Road # 22. Follow Brice Creek Road for 10.8 miles to the fourth bridge across Brice Creek (also the Parker Falls trailhead). Continue another 1/4 mile up the road to the roadside falls on the right. There is a small pullout next to the falls, but there is only room for maybe two cars at the most.