List of Oregon Wildernesses

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Oregon's public lands as of 1996
  National Forest wilderness
  National Forest
  National Recreation Area, Scenic Area, or Volcanic Monument
  Bureau of Land Management administered lands
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  National Park

List of Oregon Wildernesses lists all 47 designated wildernesses in the U.S. state of Oregon.[1][2][3][4][5]

Wilderness name acres designated administered by notes
Badger Creek 24,000 1984 USFS [4]
Black Canyon 13,400 1984 USFS [4]
Boulder Creek 19,100 1984 USFS [4]
Bridge Creek 5,400 1984 USFS [4]
Bull of the Woods 27,427 1984 USFS [4]
Clackamas 9,470 2009 USFS [4]
Copper Salmon 13,700 2009 USFS [5]
Cummins Creek 9,173 1984 USFS [4]
Diamond Peak 54,185 1964 USFS [4]
Drift Creek 5,798 1984 USFS [4]
Eagle Cap 350,461 1964 USFS [4]
Gearhart Mountain 22,809 1964 USFS [4]
Grassy Knob 17,200 1984 USFS [4]
Hells Canyon 214,944 (total)
131,133 (Oregon)
1975, June 26, 1984 BLM+USFS [1][4]
Kalmiopsis 179,755 1964 USFS [4]
Lower White River 2,870 2009 BLM+USFS [1][4]
Mark O. Hatfield 39,000 1984 USFS [4]
Menagerie 4,800 1984 USFS [4]
Middle Santiam 7,500 1984 USFS [4]
Mill Creek 17,400 1984 USFS [4]
Monument Rock 19,650 1984 USFS [4]
Mount Hood 47,160 1964 USFS [4]
Mount Jefferson 107,008 1968 USFS [4]
Mount Thielsen 54,267 1984 USFS [4]
Mount Washington 52,738 1964 USFS [4]
Mountain Lakes 23,071 1964 USFS [4]
North Fork John Day 121,352 1984 USFS [4]
North Fork Umatilla 20,435 1984 USFS [4]
Opal Creek 20,733 1996 USFS [4]
Oregon Islands 925.06 October 23, 1970, October 11, 1978, November 12, 1996 USFWS [2]
Oregon Badlands 29,301 2009 BLM [5]
Red Buttes 19,940 (total)
3,750 (Oregon)
1984 USFS [4]
Roaring River 36,500 2009 USFS [6]
Rock Creek 7,486 1984 USFS [4]
Rogue–Umpqua Divide 33,200 1984 USFS [4]
Salmon–Huckleberry 44,560 1984 USFS [4]
Sky Lakes 116,300 1984 USFS [4]
Soda Mountain 23,000 2009 BLM [5]
Spring Basin 6,382 2009 BLM [5]
Steens Mountain 170,025 October 30, 2000 BLM [1]
Strawberry Mountain 69,350 1964 USFS [4]
Table Rock 5,500 June 26, 1984 BLM [4]
Three Arch Rocks 15 October 23, 1970 USFWS+USFS [2][4] first NWR west of Mississippi 1907
Three Sisters 286,708 1964 USFS [4]
Waldo Lake 39,200 1984 USFS [4]
Wenaha–Tucannon 177,423 (total)
66,375 (Oregon)
1978 USFS [4]
Wild Rogue 35,818 February 24, 1978 BLM+USFS [3]
Total (acres) 2,395,390.06 (Oregon) 2,606,439.06 (total)
Total (square miles) 3742.8 (Oregon) 4072.56 (total)
Total (square km) 9693.84 (Oregon) 10547.93 (total)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Wilderness Database Details, October 2006
  2. ^ a b c Wilderness Areas
  3. ^ a b Wilderness.net- Wilderness Areas by State
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an Places - USFS History - Forest History Society
  5. ^ a b c d e "Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009". Library of Congress THOMAS. Retrieved 2009-04-01. 
  6. ^ Preusch, Matthew (April 6, 2009). "No cars, no roads, no kidding". The Oregonian. Retrieved 2009-04-07.