Quick facts for kids
||3,584 ft (1,092 m)
||40 ft (12 m)
||10 ft (3 m)
|Average flow rate
||50 cubic feet per second (1.4 m3/s)
Clover Falls, also known in the past as Upper Hemlock Falls, is a waterfall from the Hemlock Creek, in the heart of the Umpqua National Forest, just north of Hemlock Lake and its campground, in Douglas County, Oregon. Access to Clover Falls is from the Lake of the Woods campground. The waterfall is located in a privileged natural area where the river creates several waterfalls; Hemlock Falls, Yakso Falls, and Tributary Falls are within a mile distance.
The trail to Clover Falls is approximately 1.8 mi (3 km) out and back. The waterfall is about 25 miles (40 km) from the unincorporated community of Glide along Little River Road (County Road 17), which becomes Forest Road 27. The trailhead is located on the Lake of the Woods campground and, unlike neighboring waterfalls, the Clover Falls trail does not have signs announcing the waterfall along the trail.