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Adopt-a-Trail Program
Almost everyone who regularly visits the Tillamook State Forest non-motorized or OHV trail networks has a favorite route.  What better way to give back to the area you enjoy by partnering with the Oregon Department of Forestry to adopt the trail you love best?

Why adopt a trail?
Become a working partner in the trail management team.  Help shape the future of your favorite trail.

What does adopting a trail mean?
Adopting a trail means doing maintenance work, providing status reports to the Tillamook State Forest Recreation Team, and helping to identify and complete trail upgrade or improvement projects.

Who can adopt a trail?
Anyone can adopt a trail from a single person, to a group of family and friends, to an organized club or business.

My favorite trail is 11 miles long, do I have to adopt the whole thing?
You can adopt an entire trail, or a specific segment of a trail – whatever you or your group can manage best.

How do I get started?
Contact Stephanie Beall, Recreation Coordinator at sbeall@odf.state.or.us or 503.359.7464.

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