Multnomah Falls Timed Reservation Tickets

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

Update: Timed Reservation Tickets will be required starting July 20, 2021 through September 19, 2021

Multnomah Falls is one of the most visited natural recreation sites in the Pacific Northwest with more than 1.2 million visitors stopping by each year to take in the views! Fed by underground springs from Larch Mountain, the flow over the falls varies, but is usually highest during winter and spring. This is also one of the best places in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area to study geology exposed by floods. Multnomah Falls Lodge and site is within the Historic Columbia River Highway National Historic Landmark.

Built in 1925 the historic Multnomah Falls Lodge , which is run by a concessionaire, is well maintained with bathrooms, a visitor center, snack bar, and a restaurant that is fully ADA accessible. Inside the lower level of Multnomah Falls Lodge is a USDA Forest Service Information Center, a snack bar, and a gift shop. In the upper portion of the lodge is a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant is open daily for dinning between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm. The restaurant is also accessible by elevator.  

The trail to the top of the falls and the loop to Wahkeena falls is open for hikers. The hike is steep and strenuous. Please bring water and food and wear appropriate clothing and footwear. 

A timed reservation ticket is necessary to manage traffic congestion and provide safe access to Multnomah Falls and the Lodge. Timed reservation tickets are per person tickets required to enter the site. Once on site, visitors are welcome to stay as long as they like to explore the falls, the lodge and the trails. All visitors to Multnomah Falls over the age of 2 will require a ticket, except visitors who access the site via bicycle. You may reserve up to 6 tickets per day. Your ticket reservation does not guarantee you a parking space. Thank you for your cooperation!

Update: Timed Reservation Tickets will be required starting July 20, 2021 through September 19, 2021

Multnomah Falls is one of the most visited natural recreation sites in the Pacific Northwest with more than 1.2 million visitors stopping by each year to take in the views! Fed by underground springs from Larch Mountain, the flow over the falls varies, but is usually highest during winter and spring. This is also one of the best places in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area to study geology exposed by floods. Multnomah Falls Lodge and site is within the Historic Columbia River Highway National Historic Landmark.

Built in 1925 the historic Multnomah Falls Lodge , which is run by a concessionaire, is well maintained with bathrooms, a visitor center, snack bar, and a restaurant that is fully ADA accessible. Inside the lower level of Multnomah Falls Lodge is a USDA Forest Service Information Center, a snack bar, and a gift shop. In the upper portion of the lodge is a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant is open daily for dinning between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm. The restaurant is also accessible by elevator.  

The trail to the top of the falls and the loop to Wahkeena falls is open for hikers. The hike is steep and strenuous. Please bring water and food and wear appropriate clothing and footwear. 

A timed reservation ticket is necessary to manage traffic congestion and provide safe access to Multnomah Falls and the Lodge. Timed reservation tickets are per person tickets required to enter the site. Once on site, visitors are welcome to stay as long as they like to explore the falls, the lodge and the trails. All visitors to Multnomah Falls over the age of 2 will require a ticket, except visitors who access the site via bicycle. You may reserve up to 6 tickets per day. Your ticket reservation does not guarantee you a parking space. Thank you for your cooperation!

Notifications and Alerts

Need to Know

Booking Windows

Primary Booking Window: Timed reservation tickets are available 14 days in advance of the day of your arrival at 7 a.m. PT. on a rolling daily window. Example: On August 27, reservations will be available for September 10.

Secondary Booking Window: A limited number of timed reservation tickets will become available 48 hours in advance of the day of your arrival at 7 a.m. PT on a rolling daily window. Example: On September 2, reservations will be available for September 4; on September 3, reservations will be available for September 5. 

Changes and Cancellations

Reservation Fee

There is a $1.00 non-refundable reservation fee per timed reservation ticket.

Cancellation and Changes

You may cancel your ticket up until midnight the day before your reservation. There are no refunds for the $1.00 reservation fee per ticket. Changes cannot be made. You must cancel your reservation and create a new reservation; all fees apply.

Contact Information

Mailing Address

5300 Historic Columbia River Highway Bridal Veil OR 97010

Phone Number

541-308-1700

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