Volunteers constructing trail
On the third Saturday each month, April - October, the Oregon Department of Forestry hosts trail work parties on the non-motorized trail network in the Tillamook State Forest that are open to the entire trail recreation community.
Trail work parties focus primarily on hand construction of new trail for use by the equestrian, hiking, and mountain biking communities. Sometimes work parties will focus on trail maintenance such as cleaning out drainage structures, blocking illegal trails, or clearing down trees and on trail upgrades such as installing drainage structures, spreading gravel to harden trails, or constructing reroutes to create a more sustainable trail system.
Each year, volunteers from the hiking, equestrian, and mountain biking communities donate approximately 600 hours of their time helping to build and maintain trails in the Tillamook State Forest.
2013 Work Party Calendar
For More Information