Starvation Creek State Park, Cascade Locks

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State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Starvation Creek State Park is a state park located west of Hood River, Oregon in the Columbia River Gorge. It was named Starvation Creek because a train was stopped there by snow drifts and passengers had to dig out the train. No one starved there.
Starvation Creek has a small waterfall and a trailhead for hiking.
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  • We parked in the main lot and started with Starvation creek falls, then Cabin creek falls and the man made gorgeous Hole in the wall falls. These are all wonderful gorge waterfalls. It was a Nice...  more »
  • We had to hike a bit and then we found the Starvation Creek State Park. The waterfall was majestic! It was huge!, falling fom the high mountain. Once it hit the ground, it flows amidst the...  more »
  • If you can visit this place you should. Very Beautiful. If its summer wear your bathing suit under your clothes. Climb over the rocks to take a dip under the waterfall. Beautiful place 😍 Be ready to hike.
  • Fun family trip. You can walk to all the waterfalls. Check trail map first before you go to the waterfalls. They also have some fun difficult hike trails you need equipment for. Well worth the visit. I will be back.

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