Coming out to shoot in the Tillamook State Forest means keeping in mind that it is a busy place full of hustle and bustle both on the roads and among the trees. Every day the forest sees multitudes of people engaged in dozens of activities including logging, road building, camping, OHV and non-motorized trail use.
Please plan your shooting excursion carefully so that you can select a destination that will not endanger Forestry employees, contractors or other forest visitors or find you shooting into private property. Use this blog and the Oregon Department of Forestry Recreation Website to help choose your shooting location by taking the time to learn about where roads, trails and recreation facilities are located.
Beaver Dam Rock Pit (aka Browns Camp Shooting Pit) (updated 08.08.2018)
The Beaver Dam Rock Pit is OPEN to public use.
Rock Creek Ridge Pit (updated 07.31.2018)
The Rock Creek Ridge Pit is CLOSED public use.
This closure is in effect to ensure the safety of the people working on the active timber sale and road building projects in the woods surrounding these sites.
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N. Fork Wolf Creek Shooting Lanes (updated 09.04.2018)
The N. Fork Wolf Creek Lanes are OPEN to public use.
Periodic closures may be in effect as volunteers work to upgrade these popular sites.
On Thursday, September 6, 2018 target shooting lanes #3 and #4 on North Fork Wolf Creek Road will be CLOSED to all public use so that Oregon Department of Forestry staff and volunteers can complete planning and design work for site improvements.
DISCLAIMER: Even when posted as being open, all rock pits on state forest lands may be closed at any time, without prior notice, for industrial rock haul activity.
If there is any kind of equipment in the rock pit, it is closed to all public use. Additionally, industrial rock operators do have the authority to ask folks to cease all target shooting / public use in order to open the pit for industrial rock haul activity.
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