The Tillamook State Forest hosts OHV work parties as the need arises rather than on a regular schedule. Work party dates will be posted below as they are scheduled.
OHV trail work parties focus on some new trail construction but mainly 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 pit run rock to harden trails, or constructing reroutes to create a more sustainable trail system.
In 2014, volunteers from the OHV Community donated 1,862 hours of their time to helping the Oregon Department of Forestry maintain the trails in the Tillamook State Forest.
If you'd like to get involved in helping to take care of the OHV Trails you love, keep an eye on this site and plan a trip to the Tillamook State Forest around a work party date. It's a great opportunity to give back and to learn more about the outstanding organizations that co-host the work parties with Oregon Department of Forestry staff.
Due to ODF staffing levels, a minimum of 5 volunteer RSVPs will be required in order to guarantee that a scheduled work party will take place. If you are interested in volunteering for a particular work party please contact the staff member listed by at least 24-hours prior to the date listed on the OHV Work Party e-mailer.
WORK PARTY INFORMATION
These are some examples of projects volunteers help complete on the OHV trail network.
Install OHV Trail Sign Posts and Signs.pdf
Kristi’s Shuttle TraskTurfstone Project.pdf
Trask Installation of Pre-Treated Trail Anchors.pdf
For More Information
Jahmaal Rebb Reid Brown
OHV Specialist OHV Specialist
Forest Grove Tillamook