Stimson opens its timberlands at certain times of year for hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities. Walk-in access is limited to individuals and families for recreation that is compatible with the management goals and activities of the forests.
Depending on the location, outdoor activities may include hiking, biking, hunting, trapping, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Camping, campfires, firewood cutting and operating motorized vehicles off road or on closed roads are prohibited on Stimson lands.
Before heading out for your adventure, be sure to review Stimson’s Public Access Policies which outline basic guidelines and expectations for those accessing our land in Oregon, Idaho, Washington and Montana:
Note: Guidelines will be amended over time to adjust for changing conditions and experiences.
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.
We take pride in over a century of sustainable forestry management. Our commitment to the SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY INITIATIVE® program is ongoing. Our scientifically proven forestry practices are grounded in our vision of investing in the forest to benefit future generations.