Oregon

Recreational access at its best

The Pacific Northwest is one of the best places in the world to grow Douglas fir. We own more than a million acres of forest in Oregon to help supply the world’s need for forest products like lumber and diapers. But a forest has intangible benefits too, so we allow recreational access when compatible with our forestry operations.

Go hunting. Enjoy a hike. Sit by a lake. View wildlife. Recreational access has many benefits and in Oregon, we have plenty of areas to explore. From the coastal influence of Coos Bay to the hills of Columbia County, these lands provide great recreational opportunities.


ALERT: Oregon tree farms currently closed to the public due to high fire danger. Recreational permit/lease holders are still allowed access, but will need to meet additional fire protection requirements as specified in their permits.

Weyerhaeuser Oregon Hotline: 888-741-5403
Columbia Timberlands Hotline: 360-442-7619


READ THE RULES

Before venturing into the woods, it’s important to know the rules that help keep our lands safe, clean and available in the future. Please select the area below you’d like to visit:

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