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Whether you’re here just for us, attending an event, or simply stopping by on the way to the coast or the city, we have a forest of information to help you plan your visit — including details on weather, what to bring, amenities, food and beverage access, and accessibility.

Remember, there's no cell service in many parts of the forest! You'll want to plan accordingly. 

While the theater, exhibits, lookout tower and suspension bridge are going to give you something to remember about the Tillamook Forest Center, our programs and special events are going to give you a reason to come back.

We have special events and programs for all ages.

Programs & Events for All!
Planning A Visit

With a hands-on, student-centric approach to forest learning that is directly tied to Oregon’s state curriculum and benchmark standards, the Tillamook Forest Center offers K-12 students an opportunity to connect to a dynamic forest that holds many stories, lessons, and opportunities for exploration and discovery.

 

We provide quality guided learning opportunities, with both pre-site and post-site activities included.

Field Trips & Group Visits

The Tillamook Forest Center is the region’s largest forest-based learning center and outdoor classroom — a special place to develop a deeper connection with Oregon’s state forests through hands on exploration of the past, present, and future.

 

An inviting escape, nestled in the forest and overlooking the Wilson River, awaits your discovery.

The Tillamook Forest Center is the region’s largest forest-based learning center and outdoor classroom — a special place to develop a deeper connection with Oregon’s state forests through hands on exploration of the past,
present, and future.

An inviting escape, nestled in the forest and overlooking the Wilson River, awaits your discovery.

find yourself in the forest

Consider yourself invited to explore the Tillamook State Forest.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Fire season has started. To see fire danger levels and restrictions, click this banner to visit the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Public Fire Danger website.