Beaver Falls is on Beaver Creek, a tributary of the Sol Duc River, north of the unincorporated town of Sappho, about 12 miles east of Forks.
Traveling west on US Highway 101 out of Port Angeles, and past Lake Crescent, turn north (right turn) on State Route 113 at Sappho. Head toward Neah Bay for about 2 miles. Immediately after crossing Beaver Creek, remnants of an old rock quarry (and road) are visible on the left, as well as a long turnout to the right. Turn right into the turnout area. Beaver Creek is down the slope on the right, as is the falls. Hike down the steep and sometimes muddy, but short, fishing trail to the partially hidden falls. Be careful not to trip on roots in this primitive trail.
Beaver Creek Falls is a small- to medium- volume, block-type falls that cascades about 20 feet across the full 70 foot width of Beaver Creek. At lower flows, typically in summer, only the left 1/3 portion of the channel carries the flow over the fall. Upstream about 0.6 miles is Beaver Lake, a marshy and slow moving area of the creek.