Tillamook State Forest OHV

The Tillamook State Forest OHV area spans over 300,000 acres amongst the Oregon coast range mountains. It's accessible via Highway 6 that travels between the towns Tillamook and Banks.  With heavy rain and snowfall during the winter months erosion becomes an issue, so please remember to tread lightly. There is also very limited garbage service throughout the forest so please, pack out what you pack in - this especially applies to target shooters!  


Browns Camp OHV - Tillamook State Forest, Oregon

Rogers Camp: Day Use Only - Has Bathrooms
This staging area is commonly used by trucks with trailers and day trippers because it is right off the highway and is one of the larger parking areas. 
Browns Camp: Day Use + FEE Campgrounds (Closed during winter)
- Loading Dock, Bathrooms, Well Water, Picnic Tables & Fire Rings, Camp Host 
Geared towards families and novice riders, Browns Camp is a great choice if you're looking for more mellow terrain close to camp.  The sites are bordered by a nice creek and accommodate large groups, single vehicle sites, and many options in between.  Browns Camp is a popular choice for wheeling groups to stage do to the nearby 4x4 trails.
Lyda Camp: Day Use + Unimproved Campgrounds (free)  
Lyda Camp is also commonly referred to as "Prison Camp" due to the active prison you pass on your way into the staging area.  There are no fire rings or picnic tables here, and only summer seasonal bathrooms. Camping is dispersed and the trails in the area are for the more experienced user. It's a great place to stage if you have a long ride planned as its centrally located in the forest! Close to 4x4 trails as well. 
Diamond Mill / Cedar Creek: Day Use + FEE Campgrounds
D. Mill- Bathrooms, Picnic Tables, Fire Rings, TRIALS Area 
Cedar Creek has multiple dispersed camp sites, with seasonal bathrooms.
If you're looking for technical, steep single track this is the place to go.  There are easier loops available, but the terrain is largely steep and rocky... you've been warned! Few 4wd trails but nothing major. 
Jordan Creek: Day Use + Campground is open Seasonally 
Bathrooms, Picnic Tables, Fire Rings 
JC offers some of the best single track in the forest, with longer more technical exposed trails, steep downhills, and technical climbs, its not for the faint of heart. If you know the area you can even drop into the Trask riding area from this area.