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The Juniper Dunes Wilderness Area is a very large dune system where natural processes are intact and the overall species diversity is high. It contains some of Washington State's largest sand dunes (up to 130 feet in height and 1,200 feet in width) and largest remaining natural groves of western juniper.
The Wilderness provides habitat for some rare species including the plant Gray cryptantha, and from the animal kingdom: Sagebrush Lizard, Black-tailed Jackrabbit, Grasshopper Mouse, Ord's Kanagaroo Rat, Ferruginous Hawk and Swainson's Hawk are just a few of the critters that await YOU.
Wilderness in Oregon and Washington is available for all to enjoy! If you've never been to these areas these videos will give you a quick glimpse in to some of the key features for each of the nine BLM wilderness areas in the Pacific Northwest. #Gowild and take a look around -- you won't be disappointed!
Our resident Wilderness "Expert" Merle Wildman gives you a quick glimpse in to some of the key features of the Juniper Dunes Wilderness Area. Give it a look and #Gowild Man!
The Juniper Dunes Wilderness Area is one of nine stunning areas in Oregon and Washington. Visit the album to see some gorgeous photos that you can download for personal use.
Know Before You Go
Take a look at what exciting opportunities await you at Juniper Dunes! In addition to the Juniper Dunes Wilderness video, there are also hundreds of other videos that highlight the many outdoor opportunities, such as hang gliding in southwest Oregon, or even showcasing the work of local youth. Check out these videos: