Veil Oregon 97010
romantically inclined never fail to name at least one important
waterfall in a state Bridal Veil. The falls in Oregon bearing
this name are quite attractive during the higher stages of
water, even though they are to a certain
extent obscured by the bridge of the Historic Columbia River
Highway. They have borne this name since pioneer days. There
is a community nearby named Bridal Veil, and Bridal Veil post
office, established July 7, 1887, is a popular mailing point
for wedding invitations. In 1991, the Trust for Public Lands
acquired the property of the old Bridal Veil Lumber Company
with the intent of donating much of it to the USFS for a park.
By 2003, the old buildings had been removed, but the property
had not changed hands. The creek forming the falls is also
known as Bridal Veil Creek. It heads on Larch Mountain.