Willamette National Forest Guide

The Willamette National Forest is a densely forested area east of the city of Eugene, OR. Right in the center of the state, this region boasts mild temperatures and an abundance of natural beauty. You can look forward to exploring hiking trails, waterfalls, rivers, and lakes. 

Shape Hiking Trails

Willamette National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Willamette National Forest

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How to get to Willamette National Forest

Address: Supervisor’s Office, 3106 Pierce Parkway, Suite D, Springfield, OR 97477

Fee: Day Pass $5

Fee: Annual Pass $30

The Willamette National Forest is one of the most spectacular areas in the state. It contains eight wilderness areas spread out across 1.5 million acres. Hiking trails take you up to spectacular views of nearby mountain ranges where the stands of old-growth timber are spectacular. You will enjoy fresh, clean air and a wide variety of wildlife and birds. There are various places to swim and fish as well as lots of boating and cycling opportunities. Since this is such a vast area, traveling by RV means you can move about freely while looking forward to a place to sleep at the end of the day. Take advantage of all the natural beauty the Pacific Northwest has to offer.