From ocean shore to forest floor the Siuslaw National Forest extends from Tillamook to Coos Bay along the Oregon Coast. The Siuslaw National Forest stretches from the lush forests of the coastal mountains to the unique Oregon Dunes and the beaches of the Pacific Ocean. Come, play, explore a stunning choice of things to do and see. Find out more about the Siuslaw National Forest.
The Siuslaw National Forest is home to three small wildernesses: Drift Creek Wilderness, Cummins Creek Wilderness, and Rock Creek Wilderness. The old growth Costal forests offer an opportunity to experience quiet and solitude. Explore Siuslaw National Forest Wilderness.
Looking for more adventure? Explore in our recreation section.
This Oregon Field Guide episode follows researchers as they track the reasons why natural meadows from the high cascades to the coast are disappearing and highlights the Siuslaw National Forest meadow restoration project on Marys Peak.
We're returning natural functions to altered landscapes, focusing on creating and maintaining healthy ecosystems: estuaries, old growth forests, meadows, coastal dunes. Effective restoration must be a coordinated, cooperative effort – the complexity, size and expense of this type of restoration are beyond the capacity of any one person or organization. Partnerships are key to this effort.