Opal Creek in Oregon Visiting Opal Creek is a must for anyone who enjoys exploring rugged and wild forest. Named after the wife of an early Forest Service ranger, Roy Elliot, Opal Creek is home to eight hiking trails, which take in sights such as five lakes and no fewer than 50 waterfalls. The 20,746-acre site is best visited between April and October and those who want to experience the wilderness up close and personal can even camp overnight at the site too.
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Trip down I-44 in Missouri : News The Fugitive Beach in Rolla is an old quarry that has been turned into a tourist attraction. You can zoom down a 60-foot slide or jump off 15 or 20 foot cliffs. Or just take a swim, float or play volleyball on the sand beach.