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Volunteer Trail Patrol
This a logo featuring the State of Oregon, with a star in the location of the Tillamook State Forest, which is used by Trail Patrol organization.
Are you a regular visitor to the Tillamook State Forest recreation trail networks?
 
Do you enjoy meeting and helping people?
 
Are you looking for a way to give back to the Tillamook State Forest while enjoying your favorite trail experience?
 
If you answered, “Yes!” to any of these questions, the Tillamook State Forest Trail Patrol program may be the volunteer opportunity for you! 
 
Trail Patrol is an ambassador program made up of members of both the OHV and non-motorized trail use communities.  This program offers the opportunity for trail enthusiasts to act as a positive representative on the trail networks for their chosen form of trail recreation by working with the Oregon Department of Forestry to educate forest visitors, enhance visitor safety, and participate in maintaining quality recreation trail opportunities.
 
The Trail Patrol meets the second Wednesday of every month, January – November at the Oregon Department of Forestry office in Forest Grove.

For more information
Stephanie Beall, Recreation Coordinator  - (503) 359.7464
sbeall@odf.state.or.us

 
Trail Patrol Program Goals (pdf) 
 
Trail Patrol Program Description (pdf) 
 
Trail Patrol Position Application (pdf) 

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