Explore the Middle Fork Ranger District!
The Middle Fork Ranger District is the southern part of the forest, bordering the Deschutes and Umpqua National Forests. Accessible from the west on Highway 58 from Eugene, OR, or from the south via Highway 58.
Spend some time exploring Waldo Lake, one of the gems of the forest, but don’t forget to get out on some of the great mountain biking, hiking, and horse trails in this area.
Backpacking and day hikes can be found all over the district including, Fall Creek Trail Area, and Hardesty Trail Area. For spectacular mountain scenery, try a hike in the Willamette Pass Trail Area
The renowned Middle Fork Willamette Trail #3609, North Waldo Trail Area and South Waldo Trail Area are just a few of the more popular mountain biking areas.
One of the gems of the Willamette National Forest is the Waldo Lake Area provides many recreational opportunities including horse camping, non-motorized boating, swimming, hiking and biking.
For those who prefer to travel by horse, the spectacular Diamond Peak Trail Area offers multiple trails For those that enjoy travel of the motorized type, OHV enthusiasts can enjoy the Huckleberry Flats OHV Trail.
At a Glance
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||At Middle Fork Ranger Station
||Willamette National Forest
||Middle Fork Ranger Station
46375 Highway 58
Westfir, OR 97492
Email: Middle Fork Ranger District
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Closed on federal holidays