Camp Creek Falls is one of the more accessible waterfalls in the Cispus River drainage. The falls leap out of a small gorge and veil about 40 feet over a bulbous exposure to a small pool below. Depending on the water level, the falls will veil out fairly broadly over the face of the cliff, or retain a narrow appearance, curving slightly. The falls are best seen from streamside, but since the trail ends at a perch about 15 feet above the creek, scrambling down to the rocks is necessary.
- Camp Creek Falls is the Official name of this waterfall.
From Randle, turn south on Highway 131, which is signed for Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. Drive for about 1 mile, then follow the bend left in the road which becomes road # 23 (still hwy 131, I think) and proceed east another 8.5 miles or so to a turnout on the right side of the road (or about .2 mile west of the Camp Creek Bridge), across the street from a sign for Camp Creek Falls trail. The trail is a tad overgrown, but you should have absolutely no problem getting to the falls, which are reached in about 1/4 mile.