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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Recreation

Doerner Fir Trail

Coos Bay District  |  OR

Season Dates:  10/1 - 9/30

Fees:  No fees are associated with this site.

The Doerner Fir is one of the largest coast Douglas fir trees in the world. Winding roads take travelers through some of the most valuable forests in the nation to this site 50 miles from Coos Bay in Oregon's Coast Range mountains. Once at the trailhead, take a half-mile hike through a pristine old-growth stand to the Doerner Fir.

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Activities:

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Facilities:

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Directions:

NOTE - Slides from 2012 winter storms have blocked the Middle Creek Tie Road. Please see attached map and follow these new directions - From Coos Bay: Travel south on Hwy 101, then continue south on Hwy 42 to Coquille. Turn left onto the Fairview - Coquille road and proceed to Four Corners in Fairview. Turn right at this intersection onto the Coos Bay Wagon Road and proceed 3.9 miles to the Middle Creek Access Road. Turn left and drive approx. 8 miles. Turn right (west) onto Vaughns Creek Road (#27-10-6.3). Stay on Vaughns Creek Road as it turns into Burnt Mountain Access Road. Travel about 8.5 miles and turn right on Road #27-9-21. Travel about 4 miles to the well marked trailhead.

Contact Information

1300 Airport Lane
North Bend, OR 97459
541-756-0100

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