The Tillamook State Forest offers some of the best Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) trails in the Pacific Northwest. The Browns Camp, Jordan Creek, and Diamond Mill OHV areas combine to provide more than 130 miles of riding opportunity through some of the more scenic areas of the forest.
The Browns Camp and Jordan Creek OHV areas include trails for motorcycle, quad and four-wheel drive enthusiasts that range from easy to extremely challenging. The trails in the Diamond Mill area are mostly technical single track trails for motorcycle use only.
In addition to trails, the Browns Camp, Jordan Creek and Diamond Mill campgrounds and staging areas provide overnight and day use opportunities. Day use is free in the Tillamook State Forest unless you are occupying a campsite in Browns Camp or Jordan Creek.
Please note side-by-side ATVs such as the Yamaha Rhino, the Kawasaki Mule, and the Polaris Ranger series are Class IV ATVs and are only allowed to operate on the trails designated and signed for their use.
For more information about Class I, II, II, and IV ATVs and the pertinent laws and regulations, please visit the
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department ATV homepage.
Ride responsibly and enjoy your visit to the Tillamook State Forest.
Know Before You Go
Check out the status of your favorite trails and riding areas on our OHV Trail Report
Check out these other resources for information about OHV use in Oregon.
Oregon State Parks ATV Homepage
Subscribe to the Tillamook State Forest OHV Trail Mail list. Get all of the latest updates on road and trail conditions to help you plan your visit! You'll also receive information about forest events and volunteer opportunities.