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Non-Motorized Trails

The Tillamook State Forest offers trail opportunities for hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. The non-motorized trail network winds through the Coast Range providing visitors with opportunities to travel along rivers, through open forests, and up to scenic vistas on craggy peaks. Trails are easy to access and all day use parking areas are free.
 
Free Trail Guides are available at the Tillamook State Forest District Offices, the Tillamook Forest Center, or for download from the links below.

Know Before You Go

Non-Motorized Trail Report 
 
Trailheads and Day Use Areas 
 
Trail Use Laws  
 
Treadlightly! Trail Ethics    
  
 
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Trail Guides 
 

Highway 6 Corridor Trail Map Guide (pdf)

Cedar Butte Trail (pdf)

Coal Creek Trail (pdf)

Storey Burn Trail (pdf)

Peninsula Trail (pdf)

Gales Creek Trail (pdf)

Historic Hiking Trail Loop (pdf)

Kings Mountain / Elk Mountain / Elk Creek Trails (pdf)

Four County Point & Steam Donkey Trails(pdf)

Wilson River Trail: Elk Creek – Jones Creek (pdf)

Wilson River Trail: Jones Creek – Keenig Creek (pdf)

 

Seasonal Trail Closures start October 1, 2013 
The following trails will close to equestrian use on October 1, 2013.  They will remain open to hiking and mountain bike use.

  • Wilson River Trail from Jones Creek Equestrian Trailhead to Kings Mountain Trail Junction
  

  
  
  
  
 
 

 

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