Stimson owns and manages approximately 175,000 acres of commercial timberland in northwest Oregon. Throughout the year, we open our timberlands for outdoor recreation. Walk-in access is limited to activities compatible with Stimson’s management goals and forest operations.
Outdoor activities include hiking, biking, hunting, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing, except during periods of high fire danger. Camping, campfires, firewood cutting and operating motorized vehicles off road or on closed roads are prohibited on Stimson lands.
If you plan to visit a private forest, please respect the work and the environment. Before heading out for your adventure, be sure to review the following:
- Stimson’s Public Access Policy which outlines basic guidelines and expectations for those accessing Stimson’s land in Oregon.
- Stimson’s Western Oregon Access FAQs for more information.
- Oregon Department of Forestry Industrial Fire Precaution Level (IFPL) for current information relating to fire restrictions and industrial operations closures on land protected by Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF).
- Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for fishing, hunting and wildlife resources.
Stimson Property Maps
The following maps show the general location of Stimson properties and the primary access points to those properties. There is no suggestion or guarantee of their suitability for any other purpose.
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FOREST CONSERVATION EASEMENTS
Through its forest conservation easements, Stimson protects forestlands that have exceptional attributes — scenic beauty, significant fish and wildlife habitat and proximity to rural communities.