This appears to be the only waterfall of note on the East Fork Millicoma River. The falls are located rather high up in the drainage, on a section of Weyerhaeuser's Millicoma Tree Farm. The Millicoma River flows under a small bridge, and drops down a 5 foot fall (not shown in the picture above), before splitting into two channels, and plunging 40 feet over a cliff. Though the falls are located almost immediately below the road, and although the falls can be partially seen from the road during the winter, it is necessary to embark on a short bushwhack down a mossy boulder field to reach clear views of the falls. When the surrounding trees are in leaf, the falls likely won't be visible from the road. As mentioned above, this waterfall lies on Weyerhaeuser's Millicoma Tree Farm. Public access to the area appears to be allowed during the weekends, and all week during the off-season (winter). The roads are gated, but I don't know the schedule for closing the gates (I suspect it's 9am to 5pm).
- Millicoma Falls is the Adopted name of this waterfall.
Located near Alleghany, on the Millicoma Tree Farm. From downtown Coos Bay, follow Highway 101 south to the signed turn for Eastside and the Coos River. Follow this road for about 15, one mile past the town of Alleghany, to a funny intersection. The main road, leading to Golden and Silver Falls State Park goes left, another road takes a hard right, and immediately, a third road goes off left, paralleling the road leading to Golden and Silver Falls. Take this road, marked for Weyerhaeuser's Millicoma Tree Farm. Follow the Weyerhaeuser Road, #100, for 9.5 miles to a major junction. Turn right, and proceed another 6.5 miles, to a turnout just before the third bridge across the East Fork Millicoma River. Backtrack a short distance down the road, and pick a route down to the river and the falls.