Oregon/Washington Recreation Activities
The public lands in Oregon and Washington managed by the BLM offer you an abundance of recreation opportunities. Picnic with family and friends in western Oregon one weekend, then explore the remote wildlands east of the Cascade Mountains the next. Recreational settings include evergreen forests; high desert; lava flows; rugged river canyons and rushing whitewater; sand dunes; coastal headlands, spits, and estuaries; and cultural settings such as historic trails, ranches, and archeological sites. Hiking, camping, hunting, fishing and boating are just some of the many activities to enjoy on your public lands.
Featured Recreation Areas
Recreation Maps and Sites
Need maps? Explore hundreds of recreation spots in the Pacific Northwest with these maps made by the BLM in Oregon and Washington! Whether you are looking for a camping spot or a trail into wilderness, this album is your ticket! Download the maps you need from Flickr, and contact our local offices if you need further information.
Hunting and Fishing
Oregon and Washington BLM lands offer unparalleled opportunities for hunting and fishing as well as other recreation activities. The majority of BLM lands are open to hunt, fish, and engage in shooting sports activities. For current information on campsites, road conditions, access, and more, check the links below and contact your local district office.
- Hunting, Fishing and Recreational shooting on BLM lands
- Oregon Hunting and Fishing Licenses
- Washington Hunting and Fishing Licenses
- Georeferenced PDF Maps
Explore recreation in Oregon and Washington with this new series of videos -- covering all seasons in the Pacific Northwest! From the spectacular Steens Mountain area of southeastern Oregon to the cherished-by-all San Juan Islands National Monument in northwest Washington state, BLM public lands provide every kind of outdoor recreation imaginable. Watch some videos and get outside to explore!