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Non-motorized trails

Visit our COVID-19 Response: ODF updates page for more information about camping, day-use areas, trails (including OHV), and target shooting.

A trailhead is a welcome sight for many Oregonians. Whether it signifies the beginning or end of an adventure, it is one of the most critical points of a trail. ODF manages an extensive network of trails for all uses - whether you prefer to trek from point A to B on horseback, on a bike, or by foot. Trails wind through beautiful fir and hemlock forests, along clear rivers and streams, and peek out over wide-open forest views.

State forests are working forests, so during your excursion be careful but take a moment to learn how forest management balances and provides a range of benefits. Get out, explore and take it all in.

For more specific information about recreation on the Tillamook State Forest, visit the Tillamook State Forest blog.

Trail tips

Trail maps

Tillamook State Forest trail report

Santiam State Forest trail report

Clatsop State Forest trail report

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