Siuslaw National Forest, Oregon Recreation Area Info & Images

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Activities

BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, PICNICKING, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, VISITOR CENTER, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, HORSE CAMPING

Campground Reservations

Oregon Campgrounds | SANDBEACH | CARTER LAKE | DRIFTWOOD | HORSFALL | WILD MARE HORSE CAMP | TAHKENITCH CAMPGROUND | TYEE CAMPGROUND | EEL CREEK CAMPGROUND | SPINREEL | SUTTON CAMPGROUND | TAHKENITCH LANDING | CAPE PERPETUA | RIVER EDGE | CANAL CREEK | ROCK CREEK – SIUSLAW | BLACKBERRY | TILLICUM | HAUSER SAND CAMPING | SILTCOOS SAND CAMPING | SOUTH JETTY SAND CAMPING | UMPQUA SAND CAMPING | HORSFALL SAND CAMPING | SPINREEL SAND CAMPING | HORSFALL BEACH | ALDER DUNE | WAXMYRTLE CAMPGROUND | LAGOON CAMPGROUND | BLUEBILL CAMPGROUND | CASTLE ROCK GROUP CAMPGROUND | HEBO LAKE CAMPGROUND | Rocky Bend Group Campground

Hiking Trails

Oregon Hiking Trails | Alsea River Corridor | Dry Lake Horse Camp | Siltcoos Beach Day Use OHV Staging | Hall & Schuttpelz Lakes Day Use | Hebo Lake Day Use | Horse Creek South Trailhead | Cummins Ridge Trail – East Trailhead | Cascade Head Trail – North Trailhead

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More Oregon Recreation Areas | Siuslaw National Forest

Stretching from the lush forests of the coastal mountains to the unique Oregon Dunes and on into the beaches of the Pacific Ocean, visitors have a stunning choice of opportunities. One can find activities to suit every taste: from spectacular mountain views to beach combing, from whale watching to exploring the forest or dunes, the Siuslaw National Forest offers something for everyone. Highlights include great views, old growth forests, guided hikes, waterfalls, miles of sand dunes to explore, and much more!

The Siuslaw National Forest has close to 40 developed campgrounds. Most campgrounds on the forest can be reserved in advance. Reserve online at www.recreation.gov or call toll free 1-877-444-6777 (international 518-885-3639). The Oregon coast has a busy tourist season from May through October and campgrounds often fill quickly – so plan ahead and have a backup plan if your desired campground is full.

Many sites are free, but at some popular sites a day-use fee is required. Day-use fees are $5 per vehicle per day. Learn more about recreation passes here.

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