Please use the Oregon Department of Transportation's TripCheck website for information on major roads.
State forests are working forests, full of activity and traffic related to land management and recreation which keeps forest roads busy. Follow these tips for travelling safely in all state forests:
- Know Before You Go: Check the website road report or contact a district office when you are planning your trip so that you have the most current information.
- Slow Down: Forest roads are often gravel and require a different type of driving skillset than paved roads. Cars, trucks, ATVs, and motorcycles all handle differently on forest roads, so driving at speeds lower than 25 miles per hour is recommended.
- Keep to the Right: Forest roads are narrower than typical two-lane paved roads. Drive with caution and stay to the right anticipating oncoming traffic such as log trucks, gravel trucks, heavy equipment, and other vehicles.
|Beaver Creek Road
||Beaver Creek Road (Aldercrest/Top of the World) is closed at milepost 1.5 due to a slide. |
||Gilmore Road is closed due to active logging operations. A gate has been installed at Gilmore Road and West Fork of the North Fork Road. |
||Portions of BSM Road (South Fork Trask) are being temporarily closed to public use Monday to Friday due to heavy logging and road surfacing activity. BSM_Road_Temporary_Road_Closure.pdf|
||Closed at milepost 4. The road is impassible.|
Cook Creek Rd. also closed at Hoevet Creek at the 9.5 mile.
|Miami Forest Road
||Closed due to storm damage at intersection of Miami Foley Rd. and Miami Forest Rd. Alternate access via FB3 or Foley Creek Rd. |
|West Fork Road
||Closed due to storm damage at West Fork Wilson Bridge. |
|Buick Canyon Road
||Closed due to storm damage. |