Tillamook State Forest
Tillamook State Forest offers myriad opportunities for fun and adventure, whatever your outdoor recreation pursuit. Nestled in the spectacular Oregon Coast Range—on the scenic Wilson River Highway, and just an hour’s drive from Portland—the Tillamook State Forest Center is the largest state forest in Oregon.
The forest offers a wide spectrum of trails for both motorized and non-motorized activities, campgrounds, day use areas and staging areas. Climb the Summit South Saddle Mountain, the tallest mountain in the Tualatin Valley and the 8th highest peak of the Oregon Coast Range. Visit the Tillamook State Forest blog for detailed information and updated trail and site status.
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Hours: Trails are open year-round; the Tillamook Forest Center is closed during the winter. See listing for more information >>>
ADA Accessible: Yes
Restrooms: Yes (at the Forest Center)
Drinking Water: Yes
Pet Policy: Pets allowed
Flora: Oregon Berries
Wildlife: Roosevelt Elk, Bald Eagles, Chinook Salmon, American Beaver, Pileated Woodpecker
Did you Know…
- The Tillamook Forest Center is one of the only facilities in Oregon where visitors can connect with the Coast Range forest and its unique flora and fauna?
- The Tillamook State Forest is a temperate rainforest that receives more than 120 inches of rain per year?