The Wilson River Trail is closed from Wolf Creek to Cedar Butte Road due to an aging bridge over Wolf Creek. Grant funds have been secured to replace both bridges over Wolf Creek. Please click on the Non-Motorized to tab to learn about other trail opportunities in the Tillamook State Forest.
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
The Oregon Department of Forestry, announces that effective at 01:00 am, Tuesday, October 4, 2016, Fire Season will be terminated in the Northwest Oregon Forest Protection District. This area includes all State, private and BLM forest lands included in the Astoria, Tillamook and Forest Grove Districts of the Oregon Department of Forestry. With the end of fire season, logging operations are no longer subject to fire protection laws, such as maintaining fire equipment at logging sites.
Burning permits are no longer required from the Oregon Department of Forestry for burn barrels or open burning. Burning of logging slash however does require a burning permit from the Oregon Department of Forestry. Many of the Rural Fire Protection Districts require permits during the entire year. If you live within a rural fire district, you may be required to have a burning permit. If you are not sure whether you need a permit or not, please contact your closest Rural Fire Department for burn permit requirements.
Regulated Use officially terminated at 01:00 am, Friday, September 30, 2016. The public no longer has fire restrictions on smoking, campfires, chainsaws and motorized vehicle use. However, everyone still needs to think about fire prevention all year round. For example, do not discard burning materials, such as cigarettes, and always ensure campfires are cold before leaving.
For more information contact your nearest Oregon Department of Forestry office.
Astoria District, 503-325-5451
Forest Grove District, 503-357-2191
Columbia City Unit, 503-397-2636
Tillamook District, 503-842-2545