Consider yourself invited to explore
the Tillamook State Forest.
Your Coast Range Retreat
Whether you’re planning a family picnic in the woods, hoping to watch spawning salmon or looking for an adventurous climb to the top of a forest fire lookout (check out the views right now), the Tillamook Forest Center is ready to be your Coast Range retreat.
Oregon’s forest education and recreation center beckons from the lush green landscape of the northern Coast Range Mountains.
Just over a century ago, this territory was served by stagecoach and home to frontier families. Today, an easy hour’s drive west of Portland, the Tillamook State Forest has plenty of stories to tell and special places to explore. The Tillamook Forest Center, an inviting escape nestled in the forest and overlooking the Wilson River, awaits your discovery.
This website is filled with all the information you’ll need to plan your visit to the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Tillamook Forest Center; to gather information about the programs, exhibits and current events; to learn about this remarkable forest that has recovered after devastating forest fires; and to get ready to make your own connection with Oregon’s Tillamook State Forest.
Come on up and see us, and find yourself in the forest.
FREE Admission & FREE Programs (donations welcomed)
WINTER HOURS: CLOSED – reopening March 2, 2016
Spring: Wed – Sun, 10:00 – 4:00
Summer: 7 days a week, 10:00 – 5:00 (Memorial Day – Labor Day)
Fall: Wed – Sun, 10:00 – 4:00
Winter: Closed December – February (Starts November 30 for 2015-16)
Call us at: (503) 815-6800 or (866) 930-4646
45500 Wilson River Highway, Tillamook, Oregon 97141