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The Sweet Creek trail system takes hikers on a scenic journey along Sweet Creek, where water cascades down numerous waterfalls, offering a variety of opportunities for nature photographers, artists, and others interested in enjoying a unique outdoor experience.

Sweet Creek got its name from the Sweet Family who settled in this area in 1876. Here they logged timber, fished, and farmed the land. In 1884 Maria Sweet died and was buried on the homestead. Three years later, Zara Sweet, the patriarch of the family died, and was buried next to his wife. The surviving family members lived on Sweet Creek for many years after.

Trails can be accessed at the Homestead Trailhead and the Wagon Road Trailhead as well as the Sweet Creek Trailhead. Restrooms are provided at these trailheads.

Directions: From Mapleton, Travel east on Highway 126 to County Road 5036. Follow 5036 south for about 11 miles to the Sweet Creek Falls Trailhead. The Homestead and Wagon Road trailheads are located on 5036 as well.

Elevation: Sea Level

Distance: 3.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate

 
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Siuslaw National Forest, Oregon


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