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Recreational Permits

Lewis & Clark Timberlands (LCT) will once again offer an unlimited number of recreational access permits for the June 1, 2019 to May 31, 2020 season. No fee

All recreational activities, including hunting, on LCT’s Oregon properties require a recreational access permit.

LCT will have a regular presence on the timberlands to help assure a positive experience for permit holders. It is also designed to help protect permit holders from system abusers.

Information regarding fire closure, safety issues and policy change is communicated to permit holders through text, e-mail and notices posted on this GreenWood Resources website.

Lewis & Clark Timberlands in Clatsop and Tillamook Counties:

Lewis & Clark Timberlands, managed by GreenWood Resources, are open to public entry for Non-Motorized access during daylight hours only.

  • Please read and obey all signs as some gates may be open for company operations and can be locked at any time.
  • Stay clear of active logging, road maintenance and other forestry operations.
  • Please do not block or park too closely to gates or your vehicle could be towed at your expense.
  • Camping and campfires are prohibited at all times.

Road maps for Lewis & Clark property in Clatsop Co. are available for $7 (cash only) at our Gearhart office.

We request your help by reporting any suspicious activity you may come across while on our property to the County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center. Call 911 TO REPORT A FIRE OR EMERGENCY.

Please remember to place your Vehicle Placard on the dash of your vehicle while parked near Lewis & Clark gates and also carry your Recreational Access permit with you. If you’re not sure you’ve received the latest update by e-mail, we encourage you to call 503.755.6655 before entering the timberlands.

Thank you


To obtain an Access Permit you must be a registered member. 

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Oregon - Lewis & Clark Timberlands Access Permit - LCT_OR_19
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