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Sunset atop Sand Rock in Lost Forest
Sunset atop Sand Rock in Lost Forest
The Lakeview District offers a variety of recreation opportunities. The landscapes across the four million plus acres of public land...
John Day Wild and Scenic River
John Day Wild and Scenic River
From its headwaters to Camas Creek, the North Fork of the John Day River is one of the most important...
Overview: The Sandy River originates in the high glaciers of Mt. Hood, the most prominent peak in Oregon's Cascade Mountains...
A low elevation trail offering year round opportunities for hikers, equestrian, and mountain bike users. This was the first trail...
China Ditch was a 33-mile project dug by 200 Chinese laborers in the 1890's to supply water for gold mining...
Horseback rider on the Cathedral Hills Trail System.
Horseback rider on the Cathedral Hills Trail System.
Remember your OUTDOOR ETHICS when enjoying your public lands. Please RECREATE RESPONSIBLY. Overview You never know who you might meet...
Ponderosa pine above the South Fork John Day River
Ponderosa pine above the South Fork John Day River
This gravelled Back Country Byway parallels the Wild and Scenic South Fork John Day River through its incised canyon for...
Rafters on the Rogue River
Rafters on the Rogue River
The Rogue River National Recreation Trail traverses the wild section of the Lower Rogue National Wild and Scenic River along...
The United States Congress designated Oregon's Wild Rogue Wilderness in 1978 and it now has a total of 35,806 acres—approximately...
View from the Jack-Ash Trail, from Anderson Butte looking westerly.
View from the Jack-Ash Trail, from Anderson Butte looking westerly.
The Jacksonville to Ashland Trail, or "Jack-Ash Trail" is named for a connection between the cities of Jacksonville and Ashland...
Notice: Sand roads on the North Spit are closed until December 2025 to protect public safety while the Army Corps...
Accessible boardwalk at the Eight Dollar Mountain Botanical Wayside
Accessible boardwalk at the Eight Dollar Mountain Botanical Wayside
Walk among the carnivores—the carnivorous California pitcher plant (Darlingtonia californica) , that is. The 1/8 mile Eight Dollar Mountain Interpretive...
North Fork Crooked Wild and Scenic River
North Fork Crooked Wild and Scenic River
Overview: A rocky and tough landscape characterizes the North Fork of the Crooked Wild and Scenic River. But despite the...
Overview: Formed thousands of years ago when gigantic faults in the earth’s crust shifted, today’s Warner Wetlands is a 40-mile...
PCT views from Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
PCT views from Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
Take a hike on a legend! The 2,650-mile Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, stretching from Mexico to Canada, passes through...
The northern terminus of the Lower Deschutes Back Country Byway at Macks Canyon campground.
The northern terminus of the Lower Deschutes Back Country Byway at Macks Canyon campground.
Spanning 32 miles along the east bank of the Lower Deschutes Wild and Scenic River, this back country byway offers...
Oregon’s Smith River forms in the Coast Range and flows about 50 miles west, emptying into the Pacific Ocean just...
Overview: In steps, it is only about .5 miles from the trailhead to Steelhead Falls. In terms of geologic time...
Overview: The oldest lighthouse in the state, Cape Blanco Lighthouse sits atop wind-swept bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. These bluffs...
Side hill carving at the Mountain of the Rogue Trail System
Side hill carving at the Mountain of the Rogue Trail System
Test your skills on this single-track, flow trail designed specifically for mountain bikes. Seven miles of trail (with more planned)...
Pilot Rock, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
Pilot Rock, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
The Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument was created to protect an array of biological, geological, hydrological, archeological and historic resources. Although important...
Fly-fishing on the Crooked Wild and Scenic River
Fly-fishing on the Crooked Wild and Scenic River
Overview: Central Oregon's Crooked Wild and Scenic River flows from the forested heights of the Ochoco Mountains to the high...
A bird flies in front of a lighthouse during a storm.
A bird flies in front of a lighthouse during a storm.
Overview: Yaquina Head is a narrow, coastal headland extending one mile into the Pacific Ocean. Formed by ancient lava flows...
Cow Creek Bridge
Cow Creek Bridge
Get ready for a beautiful drive through history as you follow the winding Cow Creek Back Country Byway. The route...
North Fork Owyhee Wild and Scenic River
North Fork Owyhee Wild and Scenic River
Overview: Flowing west out of southern Idaho, the rugged and lightly-roaded country of the offers scenery, beautiful geology and plenty...
Overview: Flowing 11.7 miles from Thief Valley dam to highway 203 in Oregon’s Baker County, the wild and scenic Power...
Elkhorn Creek Wild and Scenic River
Elkhorn Creek Wild and Scenic River
Overview: Elkhorn Creek is a unique, pristine, low-elevation setting, with limited access, providing a landscape with few signs of human...
Donner ьnd Blitzen Wild and Scenic River
Donner ьnd Blitzen Wild and Scenic River
Overview: Nearly rugged 88 miles of waterways comprise the Donner ьnd Blitzen Wild and Scenic River and its tributaries. The...
The Rogue River & Rainie Falls Trail.
The Rogue River & Rainie Falls Trail.
Take a hike down the 1.8-mile Rainie Falls trail following a portion of the mighty and wild section of the...
Deschutes River at sunset
Deschutes River at sunset
Built largely atop an abandoned railroad grade, the seven-mile Trout Creek trail runs parallel to the Wild and Scenic Deschutes...
Mule Creek in July 2013
Mule Creek in July 2013
The Mule Creek trail is located in the Wild Rogue Wilderness and meanders along vertical bluffs high above Mule Creek...
Winding Lower Crooked River Back Country Byway with the Crooked River
Winding Lower Crooked River Back Country Byway with the Crooked River
Just 40 minutes east of the hubbub of Bend, Oregon, sleepy Highway 27 winds 43 miles north from Highway 20...
Evening view of the Lower Deschutes Wild and Scenic River
Evening view of the Lower Deschutes Wild and Scenic River
The Deschutes River was designated an Oregon Scenic Waterway in 1970 and a Federal Wild and Scenic River in 1988...
Enjoy a day of hiking and exploring along the BLM's Quartzville Back Country Byway, or spend the day fishing, swimming...
East Shore SUP-ers
East Shore SUP-ers
Loon Lake Recreation Area has a small campground, East Shore Recreation Site, located one mile east of the main Loon...
Reservable Day Use Shelter
Reservable Day Use Shelter
Overview The refreshing location with its lush, forest setting, coupled with comforts normally associated with an urban park, blend seamlessly...
portal sign at Old Miner's Meadow Group Campground
portal sign at Old Miner's Meadow Group Campground
Overview Old Miner's Meadow is a two-acre, fenced-in group use area, located in an open meadow surrounded by forests along...
river trail at Fishermen's Bend
river trail at Fishermen's Bend
Overview Fishermen's Bend Recreation Site has limited day use open. No camping or dump station is available. $5 passenger vehicle...
Wildwood Recreation Site directions
Wildwood Recreation Site directions
Overview Wildwood Recreation Site is open year-round but may close due to vehicle access during severe weather. Check status during...
Shelter 2 is a day use shelter for rent at Clay Creek Campground
Shelter 2 is a day use shelter for rent at Clay Creek Campground
Overview Reserve a site at Clay Creek on recreation.gov or pay when you arrive for non-reserved campsites using the Recreation.gov...
Edson Creek campground Main
Edson Creek campground Main
Overview Edson Creek Campground features open meadow style camping. It is located near a beautiful meandering creek that flows into...
Elkhorn Valley Recreation Site
Elkhorn Valley Recreation Site
Overview Elkhorn Valley and Canyon Creek Recreation Sites are closed. The Bureau of Land Management has confirmed that Elkhorn Valley...
Alsea Falls Picnic Area Bridge
Alsea Falls Picnic Area Bridge
Overview Reserve a site at Alsea Falls on recreation.gov or pay when you arrive for non-reserved campsites using the Recreation.gov...
Swimming and picnic area
Swimming and picnic area
Overview THIS LOCATION IS CLOSED FOR THE 2022 SEASON DUE TO WILDFIRE. Nestled along the clear waters of Rock Creek...