Shotgun Creek

Off-Highway Vehicle - Oregon

Looking for that motorized trail experience to enjoy with family and friends? The Shotgun OHV System offers a mix of challenges, scenic views, technical features, and amenities to satisfy the OHV enthusiast. Thirty miles of forest trails wind throughout 8,320 acres of low-elevation forest uniquely situated within the mid-Willamette Valley. Following a good ride, visitors can unwind and warm themselves at 2 OHV facilities, Crooked Creek Staging Site and Cascade View OHV Complex. Novice riders can further hone their skills at the dedicated training site and beginners trail loop that are included within the Cascade View OHV Complex.

maps

Map of Sweethome West in the South Cascade the Part of the North Cascade Protection District in Southern Oregon. Published by the Oregon Department of Forestry.South Cascade - Sweethome West 2011

Map of Sweethome West in the South Cascade the Part of the North Cascade Protection District in Southern Oregon. Published by the Oregon Department of Forestry.

brochures

Brochure and Map of Shotgun Creek Off-Highway Vehicle Staging Area (OHV) in the BLM Northwest District area in Oregon. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Shotgun Creek - OHV Brochure and Map

Brochure and Map of Shotgun Creek Off-Highway Vehicle Staging Area (OHV) in the BLM Northwest District area in Oregon. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Brochure and Map of Shotgun Creek Recreation Site (RS) in the BLM Northwest District area in Oregon. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Shotgun Creek - Recreation Brochure and Map

Brochure and Map of Shotgun Creek Recreation Site (RS) in the BLM Northwest District area in Oregon. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Shotgun Creek OHV Staging Area https://www.blm.gov/visit/shotgun-creek-ohv-staging-area Looking for that motorized trail experience to enjoy with family and friends? The Shotgun OHV System offers a mix of challenges, scenic views, technical features, and amenities to satisfy the OHV enthusiast. Thirty miles of forest trails wind throughout 8,320 acres of low-elevation forest uniquely situated within the mid-Willamette Valley. Following a good ride, visitors can unwind and warm themselves at 2 OHV facilities, Crooked Creek Staging Site and Cascade View OHV Complex. Novice riders can further hone their skills at the dedicated training site and beginners trail loop that are included within the Cascade View OHV Complex.
SHOTGUN CREEK OHY STAGING AREA WELCOME TO SHOTGUN CREEK OHV STAGING AREA! Looking for that motorized trail experience to enjoy with family and friends? The Shotgun Off-highway Vehicle (OHV) area offers a mix of challenges, scenic views, technical featu res, and amenities to satisfy the OHV enthusiast. Thirty miles of forest trails wind throughout 8,320 acres of low-elevation forest uniquely situated within the mid-Willamette Valley. Following a good ride, visitors can unwind and warm themselves at 2 OHV facilities, Crooked Creek Staging Site and Cascade View OHV Complex. Novice riders can further hone their skills at t he dedicated training site and beginner's trail loop t hat are included within the Cascade View OHV Complex. KNOW BEFORE YOU GO M OPEN year-round. M A valid OREGON STATE ATVE PERMIT is required for all OHVs. M SUMMER WILDFIRE DANGER may result in temporary trail closures. M CLASS I AND II riders must carry on their vehicle a fire extinguisher (8 oz. or larger) during fire season. M CLASS Ill AND IV operators must carry a fire extinguisher (2 pound or larger). DIRECTIONS Take exit 194A from Interstate Highway 5 onto Highway 126. Travel 4 miles east to the 42nd Street exit. Turn left and proceed to Marcela Road. Turn right and continue northeast about 10 miles towards the town of Marcela. Proceed through the town towards Shotgun Creek Road (look for signage). Turn left at Shotgun Creek Road and travel northwest following signs to the Crooked Creek Staging Site or Cascade View OHV Complex facilities. POINT OF INTEREST Maps of the trails are located at staging areas and Springfield BLM Office. The maps depict intermingled private lands. While riding, stay on signed trails and be respectful of neighboring private lands. ..... ,, 1000 0 1000 2000 3000 Sh()lgun II II l\ :?!II ,!II 4000 E3 Feet ., , ,, W * E -2&-· 1i ~<:i>..,.. 1/ s : "~~ l}o ~ov(\ ,, :;-.\ ~,, ~h' II ,,' //// ""I" - ,_ 3 ,. #/ • / ( · 11' t \\ ~ //~ ') ~1 ~,'~ \\ {(//'~ ~. ,,,;;=:­~ 'fo" " 11'-" ·~ ti=!) 13 U' -,. rr::f'.~~ -,, ,,, , ,r " \\ -­ (I ,,,') ' j1 7 ~: • >"'==~ :=~ ---,._.,,,~ {5-~'..:::, 36 :,, •i~ '•3 ......~ ,r._ g__'«'l~ <!'7­ ~ 36 '/r'/ , m -5: R_Q_~J ~- SHOTGUN _..-::::.-==:::--­_,,, "'=:::./,-'"' '-:-. ~ m r, '(I-> " n 14 ,, ' ,,;, •' ,v,,==,,« /• "· 5 ' ,, ~- 15 "~ 16~ ~ I" , ,r~ ii' 0 --=~.Z!'J ' "\;_._.;;; • 4 < 11:t , --;.• i, ob :i; ·\ C "'-, ~J_1 -23.5 -"StF""­ ,ook\>~ 'C •' · ' 6 " . "' ,_o,,.~· ·- - , 4 //"-::::::= :r~\1:" ~i\\\ ~ _., ,, , ......• •• ,,._, j7 ...,* ,~,? 4 • " ~ ~15.6 \, ' _ i__,_.,--,f- /1 7 ; , ­ I., J\\ r= .. ;,..._ One-Way Trail --,::­ ~-2­ 1 '' - ,' Gm O HV Staging Area ffi Restrooms Paved Road (Street-legal vehicles only) Improved Road ~~~·: ; Non-Motorized Use Trail . ·~Shotgun SLM ··.. Sho,ua/1,,r M00-00-21 ~ .•. ...Creek .:: ... ·: t ··::: :·····= ~.: .. . ...\: ~ ~ I Private or Other =====: Unimproved road ........... I OHV STAGING AREA • ffi lMYI ,:;:,::,36 ..... t. ·:.·=· I - j CREEK - LEGEND Picnic Area 17 ~ ~ \I lj \\ ~~ ~ 7 " \\ 26 ~ 12 \t ;:!rr:::,::,.""-:::--,' .;, II ~ II ·----- ·----­ 22 i\o~c,.. // -""dl'S\ 1?/ ~10·~// .\ ~ ~tt - Easy /, 'i'.75 ,;;=~ /I - Trail Number ;f':, 1,--,, ) \\ <c,'o-\0 <o/1 Class 1 and 3 ~ L Y " -~ cf11 ~­ 1_1 _ \\")) r;~-;;:., More Difficult Class 1 thru 4 '~"~ .,, Most Difficult Class 3 ""­r~:-. - ;;:, 10 \\\~ .... ~~\ '<'!J­ \0\(\ .,_I Vehicle Use ll-_"b. "1 -,,­--­ OHV TRAIL LEGEND 00 .... 11
WILD ROGUE Welcome to Shotgun Creek Recreation Site! The refreshing respite of a lush, forest setting, coupled with comforts normally associated with an urban park, blend seamlessly at this popular day-use site. Here, one can become immersed in the enjoyment of the surrounding hiking trails, swimming area, meandering creek, and picnicking units. The beautiful, well-equipped wooden shelters, available by reservation, offer a fine place to celebrate a wedding, anniversary or birthday party. Whether seeking trail solitude, a fun day of water play during the dog-days of summer, or the lingering memory of that very special celebration, this special place awaits your arrival. Know before you go SHELTER RESERVATIONS can be made by contacting the Springfield BLM Office. pERMITS are required spring through fall; one-day permit and seasonal permits are available. SITE HOURS vary per season. dogs are permitted on leash; dog waste bags are provided on site. directions Take exit 194A from I- 5 onto Highway 126. Travel 4 miles east to the 42nd Street exit. Turn left and proceed to Marcola Road. Turn right and continue northeast about 10 miles towards the town of Marcola. Proceed through the town towards Shotgun Creek Road (look for signage). Turn left at Shotgun Creek Road and travel northwest about 2 miles. Site entrance is on the right. Contact info point of interest 3106 Pierce Parkway Springfield, OR 97477 (541)683-6600 BLM_OR_NO_Mail@blm.gov During the closed season (typically November 1– April 30), the public is allowed to access the lowelevation hiking trails.

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