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Statewide Trail Plan
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From 2003 to 2005, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department has actively engaged recreational trail providers, interest groups and citizens across the state in a planning effort to complete a statewide trails plan for Oregon.  It is the state´s "official plan for recreational trail management" for the next 10 years, serving as a statewide and regional information and planning tool to assist Oregon recreation providers (local, state, federal and private) in providing trail opportunities and promoting access to Oregon´s trails and waterways.  It also identifies how the state´s limited resources will be allocated for motorized, non-motorized and water trail projects throughout Oregon.
 
Oregon has taken an innovative approach to statewide trails planning by conducting simultaneous motorized, non-motorized and water trails plans.  Each is a comprehensive study and depiction of the state of recreational trail and non-motorized boating use in Oregon.  The final trails plan Oregon Trails 2005-2014:  A Statewide Action Plan is now available.
 

REVIEW THE FINAL PLAN
 
Complete Plan [ PDF 3.92 MB ]
Statewide Motorized Trails Plan [ PDF 1.44 MB ]
Statewide Non-Motorized Trails Plan [ PDF 1.66 MB ]
Statewide Water Trails Plan [ PDF 952 KB ]
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Park Trail Plans
 
Completed Plans
 
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department and Planning staff is continually involved in the long-range review and development of state park trail systems.
 
The plans are site-specific and assist OPRD in managing each parks trail system.  Each plan is intended to guide future trail development in the park and be a resource for ongoing maintenance and management of the trail system.
 
Willamette River Water Trail Plan [ PDF 1.7 MB ]
L.L. Stub Stewart [PDF MB] 
OC&E State Trail Plan - Draft  [PDF 2.58 MB ]
Oregon Coast Trail Connection Strategy [PDF 4.21 MB]
 
 

Staff Contact
If you would like more information about the planning process, please contact:
 
Rocky Houston
State Trails Coordinator
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department
725 Summer Street N.E., Suite C
Salem, Oregon  97301
503-986-0750
Rocky.Houston@state.or.us