Beaver Creek Falls is the uppermost waterfall in the Sweet Creek Falls trail complex. The falls occur at the confluence of Beaver and Sweet Creeks. Beaver Creek veils over a 20 foot ledge, while Sweet Creek Cascades about 15 feet, the two streams intermingling half way down, becoming essentially one intertwined waterfall. Though it is a more meagerly sized waterfall, it is one of the larger waterfalls in the Sweet Creek Falls complex, and is definitely one of the most scenic.
- Beaver Creek Falls is the Official name of this waterfall.
Located in the Sweet Creek Falls trail complex, south of Mapleton, in the Siuslaw National Forest. From Mapleton, follow Highway 126 east, across the Siuslaw River, and turn right onto Sweet Creek Road. Drive just under 12.5 miles along Sweet Creek Road, to the marked turn to the Beaver Creek Falls trailhead, shortly after crossing Sweet Creek at the Wagon Road trailhead. Drive to the end of this short gravel road to the trailhead in about 1/2 mile. The short trail leads to a viewpoint in about 200 feet. Additionally, the upper extension of the Wagon Road trail leads to the falls, from the trailhead at the Sweet Creek bridge, in about 1/2 mile.