Smith Rock State Park

General Advisory

05/22/2017 to 07/31/2017
First Kiss climbing area routes are closed to protect nesting falcons. Thank you for respecting this closure.

General Advisory

05/12/2017 to 07/15/2017
Falcon Climbing Closure Smith Rock Group NE Face Until July 15th 2017 Above 100 feet. Falcons are nesting in the area. Closure will remain in effect until 4 days after fledging (when birds leave the nest). Climbing is closed above 100 feet. Single pitch routes remain open. Please refer to Alan Watts (second edition) Smith Rock Guide Book. See pages 153 – 156. Closed routes are numbered 16-32. Closure includes the King Line.

General Advisory

03/21/2017 to 07/31/2017
Bivouac walk in tent camping canyon rim sites are closed to protect nesting bald eagles. The Canyon Trail near the nest site is open but restricted to groups of 4 people or less, keep noise to a minimum, do not loiter in the area and stay on the designated trail. Please respect the closure areas and help protect these magnificent birds.

General Advisory

02/15/2017 to 08/01/2017
Monument area Climbing Closure in effect from Friday February 17th- Tuesday August 1st 2017. Due to Golden Eagles nesting in the area, climbing routes, cliffs and gullies within 1100 feet of the nest are closed. Please refer to 2010 "Rock Climbing Smith Rock State Park" Guide Book by Alan Watts. See pages 244-270. CLOSED routes are numbers 1-44, which includes Cajun Cliff, Victoria Tower, Little Three Fingered Jack, Puddy's Tower, The Monument, Anglin's Buttress and French Tent Rock. Hiking trails, Staender Ridge and Juniper Spire (The Product) will remain open.

General Advisory

01/20/2017 to 12/31/2017
HELP SMITH ROCK: Stay on designated trails and established climbing access routes, Control your dog at all times, Respect other visitors, Be prepared for your recreational activity, Leave all animals and plants as you find them. BE AN UPSTANDER NOT A BYSTANDER.

General Advisory

07/18/2014 to 12/31/2017
Remote controlled aircraft are not allowed at Smith Rock State Park due to concerns regarding nesting raptors and sound reverberation that disturbs other park users.