RESERVATIONS TO VISIT MULTNOMAH FALLS ARE AVAILABLE NOW FOR THE LABOR DAY WEEKEND

(Bridal Veil, OR – September 1st, 2020) – The United States Forest Service (USFS) has implemented a reservation system for Multnomah Falls. People looking to visit the falls will need to reserve their spot through recreation.gov before arriving.

Multnomah Falls is an extremely popular destination which attracts millions of visitors, site-seers, and outdoor enthusiasts each year. Reservations are currently required in order to sustain operations, minimize crowds, and ensure staff and visitor safety.

Forest Service staff is available for media inquiry and interviews throughout the week.

To provide for the protection of public health and safety and prevent the spread of COVID-19, face coverings and social distancing is required while visiting Multnomah Falls Recreation Area and the Historic Lodge.

NOTE: The Benson Bridge, the trail to the top of the falls, and the loop to Wahkeena Falls remain CLOSED. Park ONLY in designated areas.

For information on how to reserve your spot, please head over to recreation.gov and search for Multnomah Falls.

For information on the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, please visit our webpage at fs.usda.gov/crgnsa.

For information on how to visit the Gorge this Labor Day weekend, please visit ReadySetGOrge.com and see our weekend tips from the Forest Service here.