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Explore Nature Tillamook CountyExplore Nature is series of hikes, walks, paddles and outdoor adventures that encourage participants to get outside, get fit, and learn about the incredible place we call home. Explore Nature partners include volunteer, community and non-profit organizations offering meaningful nature-based experiences highlighting the unique beauty of Tillamook County and the work being done to preserve and conserve the area’s natural resources and natural resource-based economy. Currently, due to COVID-19 restrictions, all in-person events are on hold due to social distancing requirements but several online and virtual experiences are in development. For more information visit their website.
Tillamook Off-Road Trail Alliance (TORTA)TORTA is a small group of avid Mountain Bikers working with the National Forest Service and local communities to bring mountain bike trails to Pacific City, Oregon. Visit their them on Facebook for more information and for the latest updates on new mountain biking trail systems in Tillamook County.
Tillamook Estuaries PartnershipTillamook Estuaries Partnership is dedicated to conserving and restoring the five Tillamook County estuaries and watersheds in their entirety. Their work ranges from habitat restoration, water quality, education, water trails/guidebooks and much more! Visit their website or call them at 503-322-2222 for more information and opportunities that are available.
Tillamook Forest CenterWhether you’re planning a family picnic in the woods, hoping to watch spawning salmon or looking for an adventurous climb to the top of a forest fire lookout, the Tillamook Forest Center is ready to be your Coast Range retreat. Visit their website or call them at 503-815-6800 for more information and opportunities that are available.
TCW Walking GroupsStaying active and having social support are keys to lifelong health. Joining a walking group is a fun way to get healthy. Find a group near you or consider starting your own! To add or update group information, contact email@example.com
NOTE: Walkers will be asked to follow safety precautions and maintain appropriate distance to help curb the spread of COVID-19. Walking groups are informal and volunteer led. Drop-ins welcome! Comfortable shoes, layers and rain gear recommended as most groups walk outdoors, rain or shine, year-round.