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Interactive Recreation Map

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Special Use Permit Information (Events, Commercial Use, and Outfitter Guides): A special use permit is required for special privileges on National Forest land. Examples include gatherings of  75 people or more, operating a business such as a guiding service or commercial filming.

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A lookout tower at sunset Cabin or Fire Lookout Rentals - Whether it is winter, spring, summer or fall you can experience all the seasons in a historic Forest Service cabin or fire lookout.
A couple hiking on a trail in the mountains Hiking - There are a variety of trails to explore with endless opportunities for adventure.  Learn more about the areas your are interested in.
A man standing outside a tent on a mountain peak.A man standing by a river fishing Camping - Find the perfect camping spot for you and your group.  There are countless places to choose from in these unique and beautiful forests. 
Fish and Fishing - Some of the best fishing on the west coast can be found in the national forests of Oregon and Washington. A wide variety of game fish species are available to anglers in rivers and streams throughout the region.
Rec fees help Recreation Fees Make a Difference. Learn about where your recreation fees go.



National Recreation Links

  • Enjoy Your National Forests, Be A Volunteer - Want to dig a site, spend your days in the backcountry, or host a campground in the mountains? Be a volunteer for the Forest Service. There are many opportunities, everything from wilderness stewards and trail clearing to office work and campground hosts. Working alone or with a group, Forest Service volunteers enjoy work that matches their interests and calendar.

  • National Forests & Grasslands -Find a forest or grassland by Map, Name or State.

  • Wilderness -Places where the imprint of humans is substantially unnoticed.

  • Outdoor Safety -Before you travel check out these safety tips and checklists!

Other Recreation Links - non-Forest Service

  • Discover Your Northwest - Discover Your Northwest promotes the discovery of Northwest public lands, enriches the experience of visitors, and builds community stewardship of these special places today and for generations to come.

  • Nature of the Northwest - Camping, Trail, Passes, Permits,Map Sales and other Recreation Information for Oregon and Washington.