North Bank Habitat Management Area
Welcome to the North Bank Habitat Management Area. North Bank offers visitors the opportunity to hike, bike, and horseback ride on miles of roads and trails. With hidden creeks, high ridgelines, oak-savannah woodlands, and thickly forested canyons, the opportunities for wonderful views are nearly endless. Two access points offer access into the heart of North Bank. At the Comstock day-use area, a pavilion, picnic tables, barbecue grill and vault toilet offers a superb venue for your post-outing picnic.
Know Before You Go:
- BLM-host on duty at main entrance.
- The main entrance gate is open Friday through Monday, 8am to 8pm.
- West Entrance: Can accommodate 4-5 horse trailers or 10 vehicles, and has a small Informational kiosk.
- Comstock Day Use Area: Can accommodate 6-8 horse trailers and 8 vehicles.
- There is no potable water at North Bank so be sure to bring your own.
- North Bank is closed to all motorized use.
- Hunting is a popular activity in the fall. Use caution if recreating this time of year.
Point of Interest:
North Bank has been set aside for the conservation of Columbian white-tailed deer habitat. Bring your binoculars and try and spot this elusive deer along with many other types of wildlife including black bear, cougar and fox.
Brochure: North Bank Habitat Management Area
Explore Oregon Recreation: North Bank Habitat Management Area
Traveling North on I-5 from Roseburg, Take exit 129 toward Winchester/Wilbur. Turn left on 99. Turn Right onto North Bank Road. Travel approximately 6 miles and West Entrance is on your left. Continue on North Bank for approximately 6 miles and Comstock entrance is on your left. North Bank can also be accessed by Highway 138 right before you get to Glide.