Look for Pacific Crest Trail volunteer, PCT thru-hiker and Oregon State Parks Ranger Dorothy Brown-Kwaiser at minute 5. For more information about the trail or volunteering, visit the Pacific Crest Trail Association website.
Your Parks “Go Guide”
A newsletter for Oregon State Park camping and day visitors. Updated as needed, but at least twice a month.
We're on InstagramDon’t let your parks become poo pastures😨😨. Dog poo piles—you’ve seen them or worse yet, STEPPED in one😠😠. Our spokesdog Max is back with a ‘pawsitive’ plea—pick them up and keep your parks doodie-free. To make your job a bit easier, we provide poo bags at Mutt Mitt or Woof Waste dispensers in most state parks. Pick it up and toss in the closest trash can. Everyone thanks you👏👏😊😊 Visit http://bit.ly/pawsitiveORparks (link in bio) for more pet tips. Share Instagram photos of you and your dog exploring an Oregon State Park with #OregonPawsitiveParks and the state park name for a chance to win a small and dog-friendly prize at the end of the summer.Friday June 8th is world oceans day! In celebration of this global event we will be live streaming our cameras located inside the Depoe Bay Whale Watching Center. Gray whales, humpback whales and even orcas aka killer whales have already been sighted this week! Check out the Oregon State Parks YouTube page from 10AM - 4PM tomorrow. #oregonstateparks #depoebaywhalecenter #worldoceansday #whalesJR Beaver wants to see you in an Oregon State Park on State Parks Day, June 2. Free day-use parking and camping, as well as special events at 18 parks. Thanks to our partner @oregonlottery for sponsoring events at Milo McIver State Park, The Cove Palisades State Park and Wallowa Lake State Park. Learn more at oregonstateparks.org.Meet our favorite good boy and spokesdog Max. He's kicking off summer with this ‘pawsitive’ tip to keep your best friend safe and you citation free. See link in bio for more leash tips. Share photos of you and your dog exploring an Oregon State Park with #OregonPawsitiveParks and the state park name for a chance to win a TBD small and dog-friendly prize at the end of summer.
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Explore & Play
Visit the Events Calendar to find fun at your favorite state park.
- Don’t let our parks become poo pastures😱😱. Dog poo piles—you’ve seen them or worse yet, STEPPED in one😨😨. Our spoke… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
- RT @tresahorney: There's goes any chance I had of being productive today. twitter.com/ORStateParks/s… 1 week ago
- The Depoe Bay Whale Watching Center is live streaming the whale camera today to celebrate #WorldOceansDay. Take a l… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
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