Myrtle Creek Falls is the only waterfall that can be seen from a Refuge trail. At about 100 feet high, the falls is particularly impressive during spring run-off. A ¼ mile-long trail leads a bridge over Myrtle Creek. The trail is fully accessible up to and including the bridge. The trail becomes primitive past the bridge, leading off Refuge property and onto U.S. Forest Service land. The unimproved observation point for the falls is accessed from the primitive portion of the trail. The trail is not maintained past the bridge and should be used only at your own risk.