Developed campgrounds and cabin rentals will remain closed
PENDLETON, Ore. – The Umatilla National Forest is reopening day-use sites on the Forest, as part of a phased approach to align with Oregon and Washington Governors’ gradual restoration of some outdoor recreation. Beginning Friday, May 22, all Umatilla National Forest trailheads, Sno-Parks, boat ramps and day-use areas will be re-opened. Forest roads, trails, and general forest lands are also still open for public use. At this phase, the Forest will not be re-opening developed recreation sites intended for overnight use, therefore campgrounds and cabin rentals remain closed.