Trail

Rainbow Falls

Dryad, WA
Length: 3.00 mi.
Type: Loop

About This Trail

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This relatively easy trail will lead you through an old growth forest in Chehalis Valley. The trail follows the Chehalis River as it winds through western hemlock, red cedar and Douglas fir trees.  The trails wind around the campground and through.

The falls  are relatively small but when the sun catches the spray they emit, you’ll see how the park earned its name. The trail down to the falls is located near the far end of the parking lot.

Drop off risks along the river. Carriers are recommended

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Trail Features

Seasons Fall, Spring, Summer, and Winter
Surface type Dirt
Elevation gain 200 ft.
Carrier needed Yes
Stroller friendly No
ADA accessible No
Water fountains Yes
Bathrooms No
Cell reception Spotty
Pet friendly Yes
Nearby convenience store No
Camping Nearby No
Emergency support
within 5 miles
Yes

Trail highlights

Bike Trails, Camping Nearby, Creek / River, Fishing, Junior Ranger Program, Mud Puddles, Natural Play Area, Picnic Area, Shaded Hike, Shelter, Waterfall, and Wildlife Viewing

Amenities are in the nearby campground including restrooms and picnic tables.

53 campsites, including three for horses and three for hikers and bikers.
8 sites are available for RV parking

Horseshoe pits and playground in the campground

Seasonal swimming

Fee & Parking Details

Fee : $10.00

$10 day use or Discover Pass Required

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Being outside is how I re-charge. It gives me perspective, fills me with gratitude and provides an opportunity to disconnect from the chaos of everyday life. I am fortunate to share this passion with my amazing husband and our son.  I was born and raised in the PNW but I love exploring any area I can get to. One of my favorite things about Hike it Baby is that I have a built in community of friends to provide trail suggestions anywhere we go.

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Getting There

From I5, take exit 77 and travel west on Hwy 6 for 16 miles. At mile 13, watch for the signs for the park, and turn right onto the May Bridge; turn left onto Leudinghaus Road.