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Current Conditions

The recreation conditions report displays area conditions for popular campgrounds, trails, and recreation areas on the Siuslaw National Forest. Remember, conditions can change rapidly, especially in wilderness areas and any time in winter. Always check the tides when you are headed for the beach.

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We love to hear from you! If you want to report trail or campground conditions, or to let us know about your visit, please feel free to contact us, call or visit the station. For a list of offices and ranger stations click here.


Area weather reports: link to NOAA (National Weather Service Forecast Office, Portland, OR). Additional coastal weather information  is available from the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, OR including sunrise-sunset tables, satellite images, buoy reports, and wave forecasts.


Tide predictions provided from the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, OR. Be sure to check the tidal adjustments page to get a more accurate prediction for the stretch of coast you are visiting.


Check our Alerts and Notices page for the most current forest road closures or delays.

Find statewide road conditions, construction information, and related travel information on tripcheck.com


Trails are generally open year round unless there is a washout or fallen trees block the trail. Our trail conditions summary lists the last known conditions on some of the more popular trails. Visit the hiking page on our recreation section for all trails and details.  


The Siuslaw National Forest has close to 40 developed campgrounds. The Oregon Coast has a busy tourist season from May through October and campgrounds often fill quickly. Most campgrounds on the Forest can be reserved in advance through recreation.gov. Initiate a reservation online at recreation.gov or call toll free 1-877-444-6777 (international 518-885-3639). Visit the Camping & Cabins page for more information on specific campgrounds.


Visit the OHV page for more information on OHV Camping, OHV Open Area Riding and OHV Trail Riding


Fire Information