Forest Road, Trail and Recreation Reports

Camp trailer at Union Creek Campground in the pine forestThe Forest Road and Recreation Reports summarize the current conditions for many of the main forest roads, trails and major developed recreation sites across the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. These reports are updated throughout the year as forest managers review the sites and areas. The tables list which sites and roads have been maintained as defined below.

Please be advised that snow levels are still high and that roads and trails may be covered with snow. Please contact your local Ranger District for the most current information on roads and trails.

A recreation site or trail that is shown as 'maintained' has been reviewed by a district recreation manager, the known hazards (e.g. broken trees and branches) have been removed and annual maintenance tasks have been completed.When a road is shown as 'maintained' the road has been driven by district road engineers and the observed hazards have been removed.

  • “User Reports under “Conditions/Notes” in the following tables are not validated by Forest Service personnel; however information is shared for the benefit of all users.”

  • “Hazards may occur at any time so always be prepared for unplanned events creating hazards such as downed trees, water crossings, water on trails, rocks on trails, etc.”

  • Additional trail condition information for trails not shown on these reports may be available by contacting the Ranger District offices.

icon of a tentDeveloped Recreation Site Reports

The Developed Recreation Site Reports show many of the recreation sites on the Forest. Not all of the recreation sites are shown. A complete list of the recreation sites is found on the main recreation activity page shown on the left tool bar. The reports for the recreation areas below are the same as the areas shown on the main 'Recreation' page on the left tool bar.

Hiker iconTrail Reports

This report shows many of the main recreation trails that start from designated trailheads. Since the Forest has hundreds of trails, not all of them are shown. The reports for the recreation areas below are the same as the areas shown on the main 'Recreation' page on the left tool bar.

 icon of a carRoad and Access Report

The Forest Road and Access Report summarizes the current known conditions for many of the main roads across the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. Most forest roads are only seasonally open and driveable from the late spring through the fall. When they are shown as 'maintained' the road has been driven by district road engineers and the observed hazards have been removed.

Neighboring Blue Mountain National Forests

Malheur National Forest
Nez Perce National Forest
Payette National Forest
Umatilla National Forest