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Oregon National Recreation Trails

The newest NRTs in Oregon:

NRTBrowse all National Recreation Trails in Oregon: There are 1447.56 miles of NRTs in Oregon and 62 trails!

Visit Oregon's "Featured" National Recreational Trails for the most recently designated trail(s)

Visit the National Recreation Trails website to learn more about the NRT program and access over 1,200 NRTs from across the country


Oregon Bicycling and Mountain Biking


    Disciples of Dirt of Eugene is dedicated to land access, trail maintenance, volunteerism:

    Northwest Trail Alliance promotes education, activist, trail work, and organized rides:

    Siskiyou Velo provides trail information, rides, and advocacy in southern OR:

Oregon Equestrian Trails


    Back Country Horsemen of Oregon promote cooperation, stewardship, and equestrian trails on public lands:

    Oregon Equestrian Trails is dedicated to promoting, preserving, and maintaining horse camps and trails in Oregon:

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Oregon Greenways and Community Trails


    Ashland Woodlands & Trails Association helps preserve and maintain the city's woodlands and 20 miles of trails centered around Lithia Park:

    Barlow Trail Association works to tie together the Villages at Mt. Hood , Brightwood to Government Camp and the Mt Hood and regional recreation resources, with biking, hiking, and equestrian community trails:

    Bear Creek Greenway follows the Bear Creek streambed will one day include a continuous 21-mile path from Oak Street in Ashland to the Seven Oaks Interchange in Central Point:

    Historic Columbia River Highway includes a road-to-trails project:

    Sisters Community Trail System links schools, neighborhoods and the regional trails within the Deschutes National Forest:

Oregon Hiking Trails


Oregon Long-Distance Trails


Oregon Off-Highway Vehicle Trails


Oregon Rail Trails and Canal Trails


Oregon Snow Trails


    Oregon State Snowmobile Association is an organization of individuals, over 30 snowmobile clubs, and businesses working together:


Oregon Waterway and Boating Trails


    Willamette River Water Trail is an effort to provide boating access to 187 miles of the mainstem Willamette River:

Oregon Statewide Advocacy and Resources


Oregon State Trails Program


Oregon Outdoor Recreation




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