Multnomah Falls Requires Reservations

In late July, Multnomah Falls began requiring visitors who drive to the site to have a Timed Reservation Ticket to visit. 

The move is designed to mitigate congestion and safety related to issues at Exit 31 and on the Historic Columbia River Highway as well as improve access to the site. 

Multnomah Falls visitors, including infants, will need a ticket and up to six tickets may be reserved per person per day. Tickets, available at bit.ly/MFtickets, are $1 each and non-refundable. 

Visitors may not enter the Falls prior to their reservation time and tickets become invalid one hour after the time indicated. 

A Timed Reservation Ticket does not guarantee a parking space. Parking is extremely limited and drop-offs in front of the Lodge are not allowed. 

The Oregon Department of Transportation TripCheck, tripcheck.com, shows updated images of the parking area adjacent to I-84. 

The Primary Booking Window opens up tickets 14 days in advance on a rolling daily window. For example, tickets for September 10 will be available August 27.

A Secondary Booking Window opens up a limited number of tickets 48 hours in advance on a rolling daily window. For example, tickets for September 10 will be available September 8.

Timed Reservation Tickets are not required for visitors riding the Sasquatch Shuttle, Grey Line Open-Air Waterfall Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley and Columbia Gorge Express Transit. Using these services can ensure access to Multnomah Falls to enjoy the scenery without the hassle of driving and finding a parking space.

Multnomah Falls Requires Reservations

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