Special Notices

Valley of the Rogue State Park
08/17/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Wolf Creek Inn State Heritage Site
08/17/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Silver Falls State Park
08/17/2017 through 08/22/2017
General Advisory
Silver Falls State Park is within the path of totality, however; the beautiful forest that we are nestled in reduces the view of the sky. Before you venture to view the Eclipse, be advised that traffic will be greatly increased and day use parking is limited.

Mayer State Park
08/17/2017 through 09/15/2017
General Advisory
In cooperation with Oregon Department of Forestry there will be no campfires, or open flames. Propane stoves will be allowed.

Cascadia State Park
08/16/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Bates State Park
08/16/2017 through 08/23/2017
General Advisory
A campfire ban will be in effect for the week of August 16-23, 2017 at Bates State Park. No campfires, open flames or briquettes will be allowed. Gas stoves and grills will be allowed.

Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site
08/16/2017 through 08/23/2017
General Advisory
A campfire ban will be in effect for the week of August 16-23, 2017 at Clyde Holliday State Park. No campfires, open flames or briquettes will be allowed. Gas stoves and grills will be allowed.

Collier Memorial State Park
08/16/2017 through 08/24/2017
General Advisory
Due to the expected high volume of visitors and stretched resources associated with the eclipse on August 21 the Collier Memorial State Park will be banning all open flames (including campfires and charcoal briquettes) from August 16-23. Portable cooking stoves using liquefied or bottled fuels are allowed. This may be extended depending on the number of incidents that occur during the eclipse event.

Cascadia State Park
08/16/2017 through 08/21/2017
General Advisory
Cascadia State Park Campground is reservation only from August 18th-20th for the Eclipse. No camp sites are available. First come, first served camping resumes August 21st. Also, all open flames are prohibited in Oregon State Parks until further notice.

Fall Creek State Recreation Area
08/16/2017 through 08/21/2017
General Advisory
Cascara Campground will be reservation only from Friday, August 18th through the 20th for the Eclipse. There are no campsites available. First come, first served camping will resume on August 21st. Also, all open flames are currently prohibited at Oregon State Parks.

Humbug Mountain State Park
08/16/2017 through 09/15/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed. Most state parks are already under a fire restriction due to hot, dry conditions and precautions issued by county or local fire officials. We are extending the ban to all state parks in order to prevent accidental fires leading up to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. We want to avoid creating new problems for fire crews that are already responding to several large fires. We understand this is an inconvenience for campers, especially those who might not see an immediate local need for fire restrictions. We ask for your patience and understanding during what we hope is a brief restriction. Updated information is available on oregonstateparks.org, and by phone M-F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 800-551-6949.

Cape Blanco State Park
08/16/2017 through 09/15/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed. Most state parks are already under a fire restriction due to hot, dry conditions and precautions issued by county or local fire officials. We are extending the ban to all state parks in order to prevent accidental fires leading up to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. We want to avoid creating new problems for fire crews that are already responding to several large fires. We understand this is an inconvenience for campers, especially those who might not see an immediate local need for fire restrictions. We ask for your patience and understanding during what we hope is a brief restriction. Updated information is available on oregonstateparks.org, and by phone M-F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 800-551-6949.

Port Orford Heads State Park
08/16/2017 through 09/15/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed. Most state parks are already under a fire restriction due to hot, dry conditions and precautions issued by county or local fire officials. We are extending the ban to all state parks in order to prevent accidental fires leading up to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. We want to avoid creating new problems for fire crews that are already responding to several large fires. We understand this is an inconvenience for campers, especially those who might not see an immediate local need for fire restrictions. We ask for your patience and understanding during what we hope is a brief restriction. Updated information is available on oregonstateparks.org, and by phone M-F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 800-551-6949.

Arizona Beach State Recreation Site
08/16/2017 through 09/15/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed. Most state parks are already under a fire restriction due to hot, dry conditions and precautions issued by county or local fire officials. We are extending the ban to all state parks in order to prevent accidental fires leading up to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. We want to avoid creating new problems for fire crews that are already responding to several large fires. We understand this is an inconvenience for campers, especially those who might not see an immediate local need for fire restrictions. We ask for your patience and understanding during what we hope is a brief restriction. Updated information is available on oregonstateparks.org, and by phone M-F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 800-551-6949.

Paradise Point State Recreation Site
08/16/2017 through 09/15/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed. Most state parks are already under a fire restriction due to hot, dry conditions and precautions issued by county or local fire officials. We are extending the ban to all state parks in order to prevent accidental fires leading up to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. We want to avoid creating new problems for fire crews that are already responding to several large fires. We understand this is an inconvenience for campers, especially those who might not see an immediate local need for fire restrictions. We ask for your patience and understanding during what we hope is a brief restriction. Updated information is available on oregonstateparks.org, and by phone M-F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 800-551-6949.

Sunset Bay State Park
08/16/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves will be allowed.

Beverly Beach State Park
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Agate Beach State Recreation Site
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Devils Punchbowl State Natural Area
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Ellmaker State Wayside
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Gleneden Beach State Recreation Site
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Otter Crest State Scenic Viewpoint
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Rocky Creek State Scenic Viewpoint
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Whale Watching Center
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Cape Arago State Park
08/16/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves will be allowed.

Golden and Silver Falls State Natural Area
08/16/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves will be allowed.

Shore Acres State Park
08/16/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves will be allowed.

Cape Lookout State Park
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Bob Straub State Park
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Clay Myers State Natural Area at Whalen Island
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Munson Creek Falls State Natural Site
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Oceanside Beach State Recreation Site
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Thompson's Mills State Heritage Site
08/16/2017 through 10/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Devil's Lake State Recreation Area
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
(08/16/2017 - 08/31/2017) Devil's Lake Campground has a General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

D River State Recreation Site
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
All (08/16/2017 - 08/31/2017) D River State Recreation Site General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks and Beaches will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

H.B. Van Duzer Forest State Scenic Corridor
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
All (08/16/2017 - 08/31/2017)H.B. Van Duzer Forest State Scenic Corridor General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Neskowin Beach State Recreation Site
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
All (08/16/2017 - 08/31/2017) Neskowin Beach State Recreation Site General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks and Beaches will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Roads End State Recreation Site
08/16/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
All (08/16/2017 - 08/31/2017)Roads End State Recreation Site General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks and Beaches will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

TouVelle State Recreation Site
08/15/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Alfred A. Loeb State Park
08/15/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO CAMP FIRES: Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles (Citronella, too) are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Harris Beach State Park
08/15/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO CAMP FIRES: Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles (Citronella, too) are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Harris Beach State Park
08/15/2017 through 05/25/2018
Construction Advisory
Harris Beach campground will be under construction beginning Oct. 1, 2017 thru just before the Memorial Day holiday, 2018. This will be Phase II of our electric, water, sewer, paving, trail upgrade. During this time, "C" Loop will be reservable with the exception of Yurt C-2 and campsites C1, 3 and 4. "D" Loop will be open on a first come, first served basis. "A" and "B" Loop sites will be under construction and unavailable.

Fort Stevens State Park
08/15/2017
Emergency Closure
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed. Most state parks are already under a fire restriction due to hot, dry conditions and precautions issued by county or local fire officials. We are extending the ban to all state parks in order to prevent accidental fires leading up to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. We want to avoid creating new problems for fire crews that are already responding to several large fires. We understand this is an inconvenience for campers, especially those who might not see an immediate local need for fire restrictions. We ask for your patience and understanding during what we hope is a brief restriction. Updated information is available on oregonstateparks.org, and by phone M-F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 800-551-6949.

William M. Tugman State Park
08/15/2017 through 08/22/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Umpqua Lighthouse State Park
08/15/2017 through 08/22/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park
08/15/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, August 16th, 2017, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed. Most state parks are already under a fire restriction due to hot, dry conditions and precautions issued by county or local fire officials. We are extending the ban to all state parks in order to prevent accidental fires leading up to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. We want to avoid creating new problems for fire crews that are already responding to several large fires. We understand this is an inconvenience for campers, especially those who might not see an immediate local need for fire restrictions. We ask for your patience and understanding during what we hope is a brief restriction. Updated information is available on oregonstateparks.org, and by phone M-F, 8 am -5 pm at 800-551-6949.

Alderwood State Wayside
08/15/2017 through 10/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint
08/15/2017 through 08/21/2017
General Advisory
Aug 18 through Aug 21 there will be no programs at Heceta Head Lighthouse

Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park
08/15/2017
Construction Advisory
Valley Trail Bridge closed. No current available detour.

Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint
08/15/2017
General Advisory
Because of ongoing maintenance and inspections of the upper levels, tours currently only cover the outdoor area around the base of the lighthouse, and the ground floor of the tower. A new schedule will be announced when tours of the upper levels resume.

Lowell State Recreation Site
08/14/2017 through 08/31/2017
Emergency Closure
Lowell SRS is currently closed to all public use, including the launch ramp, due to a Fire Camp for the Jones Fire. Dexter SRS is open as well as the lake. Thank you for your patience.

Thompson's Mills State Heritage Site
08/14/2017 through 08/22/2017
General Advisory
During the eclipse the small parking lot at the mill will be monitored and the park gates will be closed once the lot is full. The mill itself will not be open during the eclipse while all staff monitor the outdoor activities. No additional parking is available on the property nor on Boston Mill Drive. Many miles of remote country road surround the mill and all make good options as eclipse viewing locations.

Wallowa Lake State Park
08/12/2017
General Advisory
FIRE BAN- Due to increased fire danger, open flames or charcoal briquettes are not permitted. Only propane stoves are allowed until further notice.

Detroit Lake State Recreation Area
08/12/2017
General Advisory
Due to high fire danger no campfires are allowed at Detroit Lake State Park and the use of the following will not be allowed: tiki torches, candles or similar open flamed items and charcoal briquettes. Propane cooking stoves and propane lanterns are still allowed.

Mongold (Detroit Lake)
08/12/2017
General Advisory
Due to high fire danger no campfires will be allowed and the use of the following will not be allowed: tiki torches, candles or similar open flamed items and charcoal briquettes. Propane stoves and lanterns are still allowed.

Tumalo State Park
08/10/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Beginning Aug. 14, campfires, charcoal briquettes, tiki torches and open flames are prohibited. Gas stoves, gas grills and gas fire pits are allowed at this time.

Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area
08/09/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Beginning Aug. 11, all open flames including campfires and charcoal briquettes prohibited. Portable cooking stoves using liquefied or bottled fuels are allowed.

Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor
08/09/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Beginning Aug. 11, all open flames including campfires and charcoal briquettes prohibited. Portable cooking stoves using liquefied or bottled fuels are allowed.

Battle Mountain Forest State Scenic Corridor
08/09/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Beginning Aug. 11, all open flames including campfires and charcoal briquettes prohibited. Portable cooking stoves using liquefied or bottled fuels are allowed.

Red Bridge State Wayside
08/09/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Beginning Aug. 11, all open flames including campfires and charcoal briquettes prohibited. Portable cooking stoves using liquefied or bottled fuels are allowed.

Catherine Creek State Park
08/09/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Beginning Aug. 11, all open flames including campfires and charcoal briquettes prohibited. Portable cooking stoves using liquefied or bottled fuels are allowed.

Hilgard Junction State Park
08/09/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Beginning Aug. 11, all open flames including campfires and charcoal briquettes prohibited. Portable cooking stoves using liquefied or bottled fuels are allowed.

Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area
08/08/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
The campground is currently under a wood fire ban. Propane and charcoal grills and stoves are permitted. No candles, tiki torches or propane fire rings/pits.

L.L. Stub Stewart State Park
08/07/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Campfires, charcoal briquette grills, and other open flames are prohibited because of high fire danger. Propane/gas stoves are allowed.

Minam State Recreation Area
08/06/2017
General Advisory
FIRE BAN- Due to extreme fire conditions, open fires and charcoal briquettes are not allowed at Minam State Park effective immediately and until further notice.

Detroit Lake State Recreation Area
08/05/2017
General Advisory
Wildfires burning in the Willamette National Forest may cause smoke haze in the area periodically. For more information please check the websites below. Oregon Smoke Blog: http://oregonsmoke.blogspot.com/ Oregon Dept of Environmental Quality http://www.deq.state.or.us/aqi/ https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/state/38/

Mongold (Detroit Lake)
08/05/2017
General Advisory
Wildfires burning in the Willamette National Forest may cause smoke haze in the area periodically. For more information please check the websites below. Oregon Smoke Blog: http://oregonsmoke.blogspot.com/ Oregon Dept of Environmental Quality http://www.deq.state.or.us/aqi/ https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/state/38/

Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint
08/04/2017 through 08/22/2017
General Advisory
The gate to the summit of Pilot Butte will be closed August 20th and 21st for increased safety during the solar eclipse. If conditions allow, the summit gate may open midday on August 21st. The east parking lot will remain open as long as parking space is available and visitors will be allowed to walk to the summit as usual.

Memaloose State Park
08/04/2017 through 09/15/2017
General Advisory
In cooperation with Oregon Department of Forestry there will be no campfires, or open flames. Propane stoves are allowed.

Ainsworth State Park
08/04/2017 through 08/31/2017
Emergency Closure
After discussions with Oregon Department of Forestry and Multnomah County - Campfires and briquette use will be banned at Ainsworth, Guy Talbot, Benson, Bridal Veil, Rooster Rock, Dabney and Lewis & Clark. This ban will be effective tomorrow, August 4th until further notice.

Guy W. Talbot State Park
08/04/2017 through 08/31/2017
Emergency Closure
After discussions with Oregon Department of Forestry and Multnomah County - Campfires and briquette use will be banned at Ainsworth, Guy Talbot, Benson, Bridal Veil, Rooster Rock, Dabney and Lewis & Clark. This ban will be effective tomorrow, August 4th until further notice.

Bridal Veil Falls State Scenic Viewpoint
08/04/2017 through 08/31/2017
Emergency Closure
After discussions with Oregon Department of Forestry and Multnomah County - Campfires and briquette use will be banned at Ainsworth, Guy Talbot, Benson, Bridal Veil, Rooster Rock, Dabney and Lewis & Clark. This ban will be effective tomorrow, August 4th until further notice.

Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site
08/04/2017 through 08/31/2017
Emergency Closure
After discussions with Oregon Department of Forestry and Multnomah County - Campfires and briquette use will be banned at Ainsworth, Guy Talbot, Benson, Bridal Veil, Rooster Rock, Dabney and Lewis & Clark. This ban will be effective tomorrow, August 4th until further notice.

Smith Rock State Park
08/03/2017 through 08/25/2017
General Advisory
August 21st Solar Eclipse at Smith Rock: The park will have additional staff and volunteers on duty from Friday the 18th thru Tuesday the 23rd to help care for the park and answer visitor questions. No special park sponsored events are scheduled. An additional 35 camp sites (All Reserved) will be located in the RV/overflow parking circle. Crooked River Drive will be closed periodically from Saturday 19th thru Monday 21st once all public parking is full (to keep the roads clear for emergency service personnel). Park neighbors, related guests and their contractors will be allowed to pass thru. If you have any concerns or questions please leave a message at the park office 541-548-7501 or email scott.a.brown@oregon.gov

Milo McIver State Park
08/03/2017
General Advisory
Campfires and briquette stoves will be banned at Milo McIver State Park. This ban will be effective tomorrow, August 4th until further notice. Propane/gas stoves will still be permitted.

Rooster Rock State Park
08/03/2017 through 08/31/2017
Emergency Closure
After discussions with Oregon Department of Forestry and Multnomah County - Campfires and briquette use will be banned at Ainsworth, Guy Talbot, Benson, Bridal Veil, Rooster Rock, Dabney and Lewis & Clark. This ban will be effective tomorrow, August 4th until further notice.

Dabney State Recreation Area
08/03/2017 through 08/31/2017
Emergency Closure
After discussions with Oregon Department of Forestry and Multnomah County - Campfires and briquette use will be banned at Ainsworth, Guy Talbot, Benson, Bridal Veil, Rooster Rock, Dabney and Lewis & Clark. This ban will be effective tomorrow, August 4th until further notice.

Viento State Park
08/03/2017 through 09/15/2017
General Advisory
In cooperation with Oregon Department of Forestry there will be no campfires, or open flames. Propane stoves will be allowed.

Molalla River State Park
08/03/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
All fires and charcoal grill use are prohibited due to extreme fire danger effective immediately. Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Bald Peak State Scenic Viewpoint
08/03/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
All fires and charcoal grill use are prohibited due to extreme fire danger effective immediately. Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Luckiamute Landing State Natural Area
08/02/2017 through 08/22/2017
General Advisory
All fires and Charcoal BBQs have been temporarily prohibited due to current fire danger.

Sarah Helmick State Recreation Site
08/02/2017 through 08/22/2017
General Advisory
All fires and Charcoal BBQs have been temporarily prohibited due to current fire danger.

Silver Falls State Park
08/02/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
No campfires, charcoal briquettes or open flames. Compressed gas and propane stoves allowed in designated sites only.

North Santiam State Recreation Area
08/02/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
No campfires, charcoal briquettes or open flames. Compressed gas and propane stoves allowed in designated sites only.

Champoeg State Heritage Area
08/02/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
All fires and charcoal grill use are prohibited due to extreme fire danger effective immediately. Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

The Cove Palisades State Park
08/01/2017 through 08/23/2017
General Advisory
August 10-23 A FIRE BAN WILL BE IN EFFECT - ONLY PROPANE GRILLS will be allowed (gas grills must have a lid); no wood campfires, portable propane fire rings, charcoal fires, candles, tiki torches, or other flammable fuels.

Prineville Reservoir State Park
08/01/2017 through 08/24/2017
General Advisory
Aug. 16-23 all open flames including campfires and charcoal briquettes prohibited. Propane bbqs with lids allowed. As of Aug. 1, campfires and briquettes are not allowed in the OUTLYING AREAS around the reservoir.

Unity Lake State Recreation Site
08/01/2017
General Advisory
A fire ban is now in effect at Unity Lake State Recreation Site. Camp fires are not allowed. Briquettes and open flames are not allowed. Gas stoves and gas grills are allowed.

LaPine State Park
07/31/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
A fire ban is in effect. No camp fires, briquettes, or open flames at any time except gas grills, gas stoves and gas fire pits. The camp grounds are full from August 18-21 for the solar eclipse. Camping is permitted only in designated camp grounds, dispersed camping is not allowed.

Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area
07/28/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
The Lost Creek Marina, boat ramp and day-use area beach, as well as the campground at Joseph Stewart State Recreation Site are open. “The road is clear leading to the campground, marina, boat ramp and beach, although visitors may see increased traffic from firefighting crews staying in the day-use area,” says Park Manager Nathan Seable. “We’re open and ready for visitors to camp and enjoy the lake.” Wildland fire crews fighting the Blanket Creek Fire northeast of Prospect are using the park as a base of operation. Please use caution if you are near equipment.

Cottonwood Canyon State Park
07/28/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
The gate allowing trailer access to the John Day River on Starvation Lane will be closed on Friday, July 28. This will prevent vehicles from backing trailers into the river for heavier boats and large rafts. Kayaks and smaller craft that can be carried can be walked around the gate. The gate is being closed due to low water in the John Day River and the destruction of natural resources along the river bank.

Fort Stevens State Park
07/28/2017
Emergency Closure
High blue-green algae levels found in Clatsop County lake The Oregon Health Authority issued a health advisory today for Coffenbury Lake, located at Fort Stevens State Park about five miles northwest of US-101 ALT, Northwest Ridgefield Road near Warrenton in Clatsop County. Water monitoring has confirmed the presence of blue-green algae that can produce toxins in Coffenbury Lake. These blue-green algae levels are likely to be associated with dangerous cyanotoxin concentrations in the water that can be harmful to humans and animals. People should always avoid areas with visible scum that looks foamy, scummy, thick like paint, pea-green, blue-green or brownish-red. Swimming and high-speed water activities such as water skiing or power boating where ingestion and inhalation exposure can occur are discouraged. Swallowing or inhaling water droplets as a result of these water activities in areas where a bloom has been identified or an advisory issued, can expose people to the toxins that can be produced. Although toxins are not absorbed through the skin, people with skin sensitivities who come into contact with a bloom may experience a puffy, red rash at the affected area. Drinking water directly from Coffenbury Lake at this time is especially dangerous. OHA Public Health Division officials advise campers and other recreational visitors that toxins cannot be removed by boiling, filtering or treating water with camping-style filters. People who draw in-home water directly from the affected area are advised to use an alternate water source because private treatment systems are not proven effective for removing algae toxins. However public drinking water systems can reduce algae toxins through proper filtration and disinfection. If people connected to public water systems have questions about treatment and testing, they should contact their water supplier. If community members have questions about water available at nearby campgrounds, they should contact campground management. Oregon health officials recommend that those who choose to eat fish from waters where algae blooms are present remove all fat, skin and organs before cooking, as toxins are more likely to collect in these tissues. Fillets should also be rinsed with clean water. Public health officials also advise people to not eat freshwater clams or mussels from Coffenbury Lake and that Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife regulations do not allow the harvest of these shellfish from freshwater sources. Crayfish muscle can be eaten, but internal organs and liquid fat should be discarded. Exposure to toxins can produce a variety of symptoms including numbness, tingling and dizziness that can lead to difficulty breathing or heart problems, and require immediate medical attention. Symptoms of skin irritation, weakness, diarrhea, nausea, cramps and fainting should also receive medical attention if they persist or worsen. Children and pets are at increased risk for exposure because of their size and level of activity. People who bring their pets to Coffenbury Lake for recreation activities should take special precautions to keep them from drinking from or swimming in the lake, and from licking their fur in the event they swim in affected water. The advisory will be lifted when the concern no longer exists. With proper precautions to avoid activities during which water can be ingested, people are encouraged to visit Coffenbury Lake and enjoy activities such as canoeing, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, picnicking and bird watching. Boating is safe as long as speeds do not create excessive water spray. Although inhalation risk is much lower than ingestion, it can present a risk. For health information or to report an illness, contact OHA at 971-673-0400. For campground or lake information, call the local management agency. OHA maintains an updated list of all health advisories on its website. To learn if an advisory has been issued or lifted for a specific water body, visit the Harmful Algae Blooms website and select “algae bloom advisories,” or call the Oregon Public Health Division toll-free information line at 877-290-6767.

Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation Site
07/28/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Fires are currently banned at Jackson Kimball due to high fire danger.

Farewell Bend State Recreation Area
07/27/2017 through 08/23/2017
General Advisory
August 16-23, 2017; All open flames including campfires and charcoal briquettes are prohibited. Propane BBQ's with lids are allowed.

Ontario State Recreation Site
07/27/2017 through 08/23/2017
General Advisory
*****AUGUST 16-23, 2017; All open flames including campfires and charcoal briquettes are prohibited. Propane BBQ's with lids are allowed.

Hug Point State Recreation Site
07/26/2017
General Advisory
Please be aware of the tide when exploring the beach and headlands of Hug Point State Recreation Site! It is possible to become stranded by the incoming tide when exploring the point. Tide and sand conditions change with the seasons. If in doubt, don't go out! You can access tide information by copying and pasting this link into your browser: http://tides.willyweather.com/or/tillamook-county/hug-point.html

Tub Springs State Wayside
07/26/2017 through 08/18/2017
Construction Advisory
The Tubs will be closed for maintenance on August 12th-18th. The water will be shut off. Rangers will be repairing the masonry on the tubs. The cement will need time to set. Oregon State Park's plans to reopen the tubs on Friday August 18th. Thank you for your patience as we make these necessary repairs.

Humbug Mountain State Park
07/24/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
General Advisory NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire danger, Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks will be closed to beach fires, as well as beach access points signed with beach fire restrictions.

Cape Blanco State Park
07/24/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
General Advisory NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire danger, Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks will be closed to beach fires, as well as beach access points signed with beach fire restrictions.

Arizona Beach State Recreation Site
07/24/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
General Advisory NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire danger, Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks will be closed to beach fires, as well as beach access points signed with beach fire restrictions.

Paradise Point State Recreation Site
07/24/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
General Advisory NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire danger, Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks will be closed to beach fires, as well as beach access points signed with beach fire restrictions.

Seven Devils State Recreation Site
07/24/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure.

Bullards Beach State Park
07/24/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure.

Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint
07/24/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure.

Bandon State Natural Area
07/24/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure.

Cape Sebastian State Scenic Corridor
07/22/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks in Harris Beach MU will be closed to beach fires. Beachfront parks include Crissey Field, Winchuck, McVay, Harris Beach, Lone Ranch, Whaleshead, Pistol River, Myers Creek, and Kissing Rock. At this time, camp fires will still be allowed in the campsite fire pits at Harris Beach and Loeb State Parks.

Crissey Field State Recreation Site
07/22/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks in Harris Beach MU will be closed to beach fires. Beachfront parks include Crissey Field, Winchuck, McVay, Harris Beach, Lone Ranch, Whaleshead, Pistol River, Myers Creek, and Kissing Rock. At this time, camp fires will still be allowed in the campsite fire pits at Harris Beach and Loeb State Parks.

Harris Beach State Park
07/22/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks in Harris Beach MU will be closed to beach fires. Beachfront parks include Crissey Field, Winchuck, McVay, Harris Beach, Lone Ranch, Whaleshead, Pistol River, Myers Creek, and Kissing Rock. At this time, camp fires will still be allowed in the campsite fire pits at Harris Beach and Loeb State Parks.

McVay Rock State Recreation Site
07/22/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks in Harris Beach MU will be closed to beach fires. Beachfront parks include Crissey Field, Winchuck, McVay, Harris Beach, Lone Ranch, Whaleshead, Pistol River, Myers Creek, and Kissing Rock. At this time, camp fires will still be allowed in the campsite fire pits at Harris Beach and Loeb State Parks.

Pistol River State Scenic Viewpoint
07/22/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks in Harris Beach MU will be closed to beach fires. Beachfront parks include Crissey Field, Winchuck, McVay, Harris Beach, Lone Ranch, Whaleshead, Pistol River, Myers Creek, and Kissing Rock. At this time, camp fires will still be allowed in the campsite fire pits at Harris Beach and Loeb State Parks.

Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor
07/22/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks in Harris Beach MU will be closed to beach fires. Beachfront parks include Crissey Field, Winchuck, McVay, Harris Beach, Lone Ranch, Whaleshead, Pistol River, Myers Creek, and Kissing Rock. At this time, camp fires will still be allowed in the campsite fire pits at Harris Beach and Loeb State Parks.

Winchuck State Recreation Site
07/22/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
NO BEACH FIRES. Due to high fire conditions Coos Forest Protection Association is imposing a Regulated Use Closure. All beaches fronting state parks in Harris Beach MU will be closed to beach fires. Beachfront parks include Crissey Field, Winchuck, McVay, Harris Beach, Lone Ranch, Whaleshead, Pistol River, Myers Creek, and Kissing Rock. At this time, camp fires will still be allowed in the campsite fire pits at Harris Beach and Loeb State Parks.

Crissey Field State Recreation Site
07/22/2017 through 10/31/2017
General Advisory
HOURS: Open Daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. To contact the Welcome Center at Crissey Field, call Travel Oregon at 503-967-1560; or the Welcome Center direct line: 541-469-4117; or the Parks business line: 541-469-0224.

Succor Creek State Natural Area
07/21/2017
General Advisory
Effective Friday July 21, 2017, open flames are prohibited at Succor Creek State Natural Area. This includes camp fires and charcoal briquettes. Propane stoves are allowed. Dry conditions, high levels of fuel and the lack of irrigation at this site necessitates this restriction.

Lake Owyhee State Park
07/21/2017
General Advisory
Due to open burn bans and similar restrictions by county, state and federal agencies in Malheur County, effective July 26th campfires at Lake Owyhee State Park will be conditionally restricted. At all times campfires must be less than 24” tall. When winds exceed approximately 15 mph (determined by the ranger on duty), fires must be extinguished completely. With irrigated grounds surrounding most campsites, the above restrictions will limit the risk of wildfire while maintaining reasonable recreational opportunities when the conditions are right. Open burning may be completely banned if conditions worsen and/or firefighting resources become limited. ******AUGUST 16-23, 2017: All open flames including campfires and charcoal briquettes are prohibited. Propane BBQ's with lids allowed.

Heritage Landing (Deschutes)
07/18/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
The Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife has closed all fishing in September between Moody Rapid and the I-84 Bridge to protect the Idaho-Bound B-run Steelhead.

Deschutes River State Recreation Area
07/18/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
The Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife has closed all fishing in September between Moody Rapid and the I-84 Bridge to protect the Idaho-Bound B-run Steelhead.

Dexter State Recreation Site
07/17/2017 through 10/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed. Also, as a reminder, there is no smoking outside of your vehicle at Dexter SRS.

Elijah Bristow State Park
07/17/2017 through 10/31/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Fall Creek State Recreation Area
07/17/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Fire restrictions are in effect. Campfires and charcoal are allowed in designated fire rings only. No personal charcoal BBQ's are allowed. As a reminder, smoking is only allowed in your campsite or in your vehicle.

Jasper State Recreation Site
07/17/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed. Also, as a reminder, there no smoking outside of your vehicle at Jasper SRS.

Lowell State Recreation Site
07/17/2017 through 10/01/2017
General Advisory
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed. Also, as a reminder, there is no smoking outside of your vehicle at Lowell SRS.

Collier Memorial State Park
07/12/2017 through 10/15/2017
General Advisory
The Collier Campground no longer has laundry facilities. The nearby Crater Lake Travel Center has laundry facilities.

TouVelle State Recreation Site
07/10/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Due to a break in Tou Velle's sewer system park bathrooms are closed for the summer season. Porta potty bathrooms are located throughout the park for customer use.

Sunset Bay State Park
06/19/2017 through 09/05/2017
Construction Advisory
CAPE ARAGO HWY. AND BASTENDORFF BEACH RD. INTERSECTION- From June 19 to the July 4 weekend, expect intermittent traffic control with flaggers for culvert replacement. Starting July 5 to September 5, the Cape Arago Highway will be limited to a single lane of traffic for about two months. Watch for flaggers and traffic control devices. Drivers can expect up to 20 minutes delay. Additional information is available on www.TripCheck.com

Shore Acres State Park
06/19/2017 through 09/06/2017
Construction Advisory
CAPE ARAGO HWY. AND BASTENDORFF BEACH RD. INTERSECTION- From June 19 to the July 4 weekend, expect intermittent traffic control with flaggers for culvert replacement. Starting July 5 to September 5, the Cape Arago Highway will be limited to a single lane of traffic for about two months. Watch for flaggers and traffic control devices. Drivers can expect up to 20 minutes delay. Additional information is available on www.TripCheck.com

Cape Arago State Park
06/19/2017 through 09/06/2017
Construction Advisory
CAPE ARAGO HWY. AND BASTENDORFF BEACH RD. INTERSECTION- From June 19 to the July 4 weekend, expect intermittent traffic control with flaggers for culvert replacement. Starting July 5 to September 5, the Cape Arago Highway will be limited to a single lane of traffic for about two months. Watch for flaggers and traffic control devices. Drivers can expect up to 20 minutes delay. Additional information is available on www.TripCheck.com

Lowell State Recreation Site
06/16/2017 through 06/18/2017
General Advisory
Drag Boat Races are back at Dexter for 2017! The first races are this weekend, June 16th-18th. Be advised that there is a lake closure for boats on Dexter Reservoir during the races.

Alderwood State Wayside
06/13/2017 through 06/01/2018
General Advisory
There is active erosion along the banks of the Long Tom River. Please use caution and stay behind any fencing. High water conditions in the winter may cause sections of bank to collapse.

Deschutes River State Recreation Area
06/01/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Campfires are banned at Deschutes State Rec. Area starting June 1, 2017 and ending Sept. 30, 2017 due to high fire danger in Sherman county. Charcoal briquettes are not allowed starting Aug. 16. Propane cook stoves and propane fireplaces are allowed.

Wolf Creek Inn State Heritage Site
05/31/2017 through 10/01/2017
General Advisory
"Breakfast for 2" is provided with every overnight stay. The breakfast is available at Ricky's Place, next door. The Inn restaurant is closed this season. We hope to have it open next summer.

Wallowa Lake State Park
05/23/2017 through 10/15/2017
General Advisory
The docks are in at the Marina for the 2017 summer season.

Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint
05/19/2017
General Advisory
Effective 05/19/17, the summit road gate will be open for longer summer hours. It opens at approximately 10:00 AM and closes at 10:00 PM. This is subject to change without prior notice. Drinking water available on a seasonal basis.

Jasper State Recreation Site
05/04/2017 through 10/31/2017
General Advisory
Drinking water systems return to service. Voluntary water tests last year turned up lead in a couple of spots. Flushing the water lines regularly controls the problem and the system is back in service. See note below for more information.

Jasper State Recreation Site
05/01/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
9 hole Disc Golf Course now open at Jasper Park! Discs and bags available for loan; please see park host or staff.

Fall Creek State Recreation Area
05/01/2017 through 09/30/2017
General Advisory
Cascara Campground and Fisherman's Point Group Camp are open for the summer season. However, the campgrounds will be without drinking water until further notice due to the installation of a new well. Drinking water will be available at Winberry Day Use area. A valid campground receipt is accepted as fee payment at Winberry.

Ecola State Park
04/07/2017 through 04/12/2017
Emergency Closure
Clatsop Loop Trail is closed due to recent storm activity. Trees are down across the trail and will not be removed until it is safe to do so.

Ecola State Park
04/07/2017 through 10/31/2017
General Advisory
Indian Beach Trail CLOSED. This popular hike usually connects Ecola Point and Indian Beach day use areas. Excessive winter precipitation washed out a critical section of trail, requiring a significant re-route. It will take us many months to plan, obtain permits for and build the new route. In the meantime, PLEASE do not attempt this trail by creating your own detour. Besides being potentially dangerous, user-created trails can cause serious damage to some of Oregon's most precious natural resources. Thank you for your consideration.

White River Falls State Park
04/05/2017 through 12/31/2017
General Advisory
Kayaking is not allowed at White River State Park

Fort Stevens State Park
04/05/2017 through 08/31/2017
General Advisory
Mosquito control efforts are in place April-August 2017. Look for signs in the park for dates of control applications. Read the press release at http://oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=v.dsp_newsStory&newsId=193 (copy the link and paste into your browser) and visit the project website at www.stateparksmosquito.org for more information.

Wallowa River Wayside
03/21/2017 through 12/31/2017
General Advisory
This is a day use area only. No over night stays allowed.

Wallowa Lake Highway Forest State Scenic Corridor
03/21/2017 through 12/31/2017
General Advisory
This is a day use area only. No over night stays allowed.

Mongold (Detroit Lake)
03/15/2017
General Advisory
The Mongold main ramps are now open for the season. Please visit http://www.nwp.usace.army.mil/Missions/Water.aspx to view current lake levels at Detroit Lake Reservoir and other reservoirs in the Willamette Valley.

Smith Rock State Park
01/20/2017 through 12/31/2017
General Advisory
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.

Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint
12/02/2016
General Advisory
Pilot Butte summit road gate is now closed for the winter. The road will remain closed to public vehicle traffic until spring 2017. The summit road closes to vehicles each winter, due to poor driving conditions, but the east side parking area remains open, allowing year-round access to the butte’s hiking trails.

Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint
10/12/2016 through 10/01/2017
General Advisory
The Three Cape Scenic Route is closed just north of Cape Meares. Visitors can still access Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint and Lighthouse by following Highway 131 through Netarts and Oceanside. From Oceanside follow the signs for Cape Meares. You will not be able to access Cape Meares State Scenic viewpoint from Bayocean Road. A mud slide has washed out the road between Cape Meares Lighthouse and Cape Meares Lake. The park grounds are open. The lighthouse and gift shop is open daily for tours from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Cove Palisades State Park
09/22/2016 through 09/26/2016
General Advisory
A & B Loops of the Deschutes Campground are being renumbered. This will ultimately cause less confusion and make finding your way around much easier. If you have a favorite campsite, know that when you make reservations it will have a different site number. If you have questions, please call the park at 541-546-3412 or Reservations Northwest at 800-452-5687.

Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint
09/21/2016
General Advisory
The summit road gate is opening at 10:00 AM and now closing at approximately 8:00 PM. This is subject to change without prior notice. Drinking water available on a seasonal basis.

Heritage Landing (Deschutes)
06/17/2016 through 01/01/2025
General Advisory
A boater pass is required at Heritage Landing Boat Ramp for anyone using a watercraft/floating device to access the Deschutes River or the Columbia River. All passes are per person. Currently, 3 boater passes exist: 1.) Deschutes River Boater Pass: valid above Moody Rapid (from the Pelton Dam down to the I-84 bridge at Heritage Landing). Available for purchase online at: www.recreation.gov. If accessing the Deschutes River below Moody Rapid only, just a Moody Island Boater Pass is required. 2.) Moody Island Boater Pass: valid downstream from Moody Rapid (between the campground & Heritage Landing) and available for purchase at the self-pay kiosks ($2/per person/per day) 3.) Heritage to Columbia Boater Pass: valid only from the Heritage Landing boat ramp out to the Columbia River and available for purchase at the self-pay kiosk at Heritage Landing boat ramp ($1/per person/per day) Also, a $15 annual pass can be purchased at the park office.

Bullards Beach State Park
03/31/2016
General Advisory
Beginning January 1st, 2017, the number of pet-friendly yurts at Bullards Beach will increase from 3 to 6. Yurts C-25, C, and E will join C11, C-29, and F as facilities that allow up to 2 pets for an additional $10 fee.

Wygant State Natural Area
01/01/2016
General Advisory
Trails within the Mitchell Point trail system have had many issues associated with a winter storm that occurred in 2012. Wygant Trail is impassable at Perham Creek crossing due to a bridge that has washed out and Chetwoot Loop is only open from the junction of Wygant Trail and is impassable south of the power line corridor. See link from trail volunteer partners for updates: http://www.oregonhikers.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=23247

Seneca Fouts Memorial State Natural Area
01/01/2016
General Advisory
Trails within the Mitchell Point trail system have had many issues associated with a winter storm that occurred in 2012. Wygant Trail is impassable at Perham Creek crossing due to a bridge that has washed out and Chetwoot Loop is only open from the junction of Wygant Trail and is impassable south of the power line corridor. See link from trail volunteer partners for updates: http://www.oregonhikers.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=23247

Vinzenz Lausmann Memorial State Natural Area
01/01/2016
General Advisory
Trails within the Mitchell Point trail system have had many issues associated with a winter storm that occurred in 2012. At this time the Chetwoot trail is closed and there is no bridge across Perham Creek. http://www.oregonhikers.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=23247

Bullards Beach State Park
11/13/2015
General Advisory
Beginning October 2016, only 1 extra vehicle will be allowed in each campsite. Extra vehicles must park on pavement and pay a $7.00 per night extra vehicle fee. Only 1 RV is allowed per campsite.

Munson Creek Falls State Natural Site
07/23/2015
General Advisory
Please note there are no restroom facilities at this location.

Bullards Beach State Park
05/18/2015
General Advisory
Due to safety concerns, no visitors will be allowed access to the tower of the Coquille River Lighthouse.

White River Falls State Park
07/18/2014
General Advisory
Swimming in the White River is not recommended due to dangerous river currents

Smith Rock State Park
07/18/2014 through 12/31/2017
General Advisory
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.