Oregon Wildlife Unit Map (Western)

Overview of Wildlife Management Units in West Oregon

Alsea Unit #18

  • Public Lands: 42%
  • Location: Alsea Unit #18 covers a diverse landscape from Corvallis to Decker Rd. It encompasses areas within the Siuslaw National Forest and the Eugene/Salem Bureau of Land Management (BLM) region.
  • Borders: It stretches from Corvallis to Decker Rd, Bellfountain Rd, Dawson Rd, State Hwy 99W, Monroe, Territorial Rd, State Hwy 36, Triangle Lk, Siuslaw Rvr, Siuslaw Bay, Pacific Ocean, Siletz Bay, Valsetz, Falls City, Bridgeport Rd, Gardner Rd, Airlie Rd, and back to Corvallis.

Applegate Unit #28

  • Public Lands: 57%
  • Location: The Applegate Unit #28 is located in the southern part of Oregon, starting from Grants Pass to the Oregon-California state line.
  • Borders: It spans from Grants Pass to the Oregon-California state line.

Chetco Unit #27

  • Public Lands: 82%
  • Location: Situated in the southwestern part of Oregon, the Chetco Unit #27 extends from Gold Beach to the Oregon-California state line.
  • Borders: It covers the area from Gold Beach to the Oregon-California state line, including the Pacific Ocean coastline.

Dixon Unit #22

  • Public Lands: 77%
  • Location: The Dixon Unit #22 covers a large area in southern Oregon, beginning at Shady Cove.
  • Borders: It stretches from Shady Cove to the North Umpqua River, including Prospect-Days Creek power transmission line, N Umpqua Rvr, Toketee, State Hwy 138, State Hwy 230, and State Hwy 62.

Evans Creek Unit #29

  • Public Lands: 43%
  • Location: Located in the Grants Pass to Wolf Creek region, the Evans Creek Unit #29 encompasses various landscapes.
  • Borders: It extends from Grants Pass to Wolf Creek, including Rogue Rvr, Grave Cr bridge, I-5, Canyonville, Douglas Co Rd 1, State Hwy 227, Shady Cove, and I-5.

Indigo Unit #21

  • Public Lands: 68%
  • Location: The Indigo Unit #21 is situated from Oakridge to the Pacific Crest Trail.
  • Borders: It covers the area from Oakridge to the Pacific Crest Trail, including State Hwy 58, Pacific Crest Trail, State Hwy 138, Toketee junction, N Umpqua Rvr, Dixonville loop power transmission line, Shoe­string Rd, London Rd, South 6th St, and I-5.

McKenzie Unit #19

  • Public Lands: 60%
  • Location: Starting at Lebanon, the McKenzie Unit #19 extends eastward along US Hwy 20, covering a significant portion of public lands.
  • Borders: It stretches from Lebanon to Pacific Crest Trail, State Hwy 58, I-5, and back to Lebanon.

Melrose Unit #23

  • Public Lands: 16%
  • Location: The Melrose Unit #23 begins at the Dixonville power substation and covers various areas in southern Oregon.
  • Borders: It extends from the Dixonville power substation to Grants Pass - Dixonville, Hanna Tap power transmission line, Southern Pacific railroad tracks, Union Cr Rd, Live Oak Cr Rd, Olalla Cr Rd, Ireland Rd, Benedict Rd, Tenmile, Reston, Coos Bay Wagon, Flournoy Valley, Melrose Rds, Melrose, Melqua Rd, Ft McKay Rd, Umpqua Rvr, State Hwy 38, Drain, State Hwy 99, Curtin, I-5, South 6th St, London Rd, Shoestring Rd, Alvey-Dixonville power transmission line, Dixonville Loop power transmission line, and back to the Dixonville power substation.

Powers Unit #26

  • Public Lands: 49%
  • Location: The Powers Unit #26 starts at Grave Cr Bridge on Rogue Rvr and covers a considerable area in southwestern Oregon.
  • Borders: It spans from Grave Cr Bridge on Rogue Rvr to Illahee, State Hwy 42, Tenmile, Benedict Rd, Ireland Rd, Olalla Cr Rd, Live Oak Cr Rd, Union Cr Rd, Southern Pacific railroad track, Grants Pass-Dixonville Hanna Tap power transmission line, I-5, Wolf Cr-Grave Cr Rd, and back to Grave Cr Bridge.

Rogue Unit #30

  • Public Lands: 57%
  • Location: The Rogue Unit #30 begins at Medford and encompasses various areas in southern Oregon.
  • Borders: It covers the region from Medford to State Hwy 62, State Hwy 230, State Hwy 138, Pacific Crest Trail, Crater Lk NP boundary, Fourmile Lk, FR 3661, State Hwy 140, FR 3601, Dead Indian Rd, Jackson-Klamath Co line, State Hwy 66, Copco Rd, Oregon-California state line, I-5, and back to Medford.

Saddle Mountain Unit #10

  • Public Lands: 25%
  • Location: The Saddle Mountain Unit #10 starts at the mouth of the Columbia Rvr and covers areas in northwestern Oregon.
  • Borders: It stretches from the mouth of the Columbia Rvr to the mouth of Clatskanie Rvr, Clatskanie, State Hwy 47, Timber-Vernonia Hwy, US Hwy 26, State Hwy 53 at Necanicum Junction, N Fork Nehalem Rvr, Nehalem Bay, Pacific Ocean, and back to the mouth of the Columbia Rvr.

Santiam Unit #16

  • Public Lands: 63%
  • Location: Starting at Lebanon, the Santiam Unit #16 encompasses a large area in western Oregon.
  • Borders: It extends from Lebanon to Brewster Rd, Lacomb Rd, Kowitz Rd, Baptist Church Dr, Richardson Gap Rd, State Hwy 226, Hwy 22, Cascade Hwy, State Hwy 213 at Silverton, Hwy 211, Sandy, Teneyck Rd, Sandy Rvr, state line in Columbia Rvr, Multnomah-Hood Rvr Co line, Lolo Pass, Pacific Crest Trail, Barlow Pass, Hwy 35, Hwy 26, Hwy 216, the west boundary of The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Tribal Reservation (CTWSRO), summit of Mt Jefferson, west CTWSRO boundary, Cascade crest (Jefferson/Linn Co line), and the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail (PCT) to US Hwy 20/126 at Santiam Pass, and then back to Lebanon.
  • Note: The McQuinn Strip portion of White Rvr Unit and Warm Springs Tribal Reservation was closed to public hunting.

Scappoose Unit #11

  • Public Lands: 9%
  • Location: The Scappoose Unit #11 begins at Vernonia and covers areas in northwestern Oregon.
  • Borders: It spans from Vernonia to State Hwy 47, Clatskanie, Clatskanie Rvr, state line in Columbia Rvr, Willamette Rvr, Multnomah Channel, US Hwy 30 at Sauvie Island bridge, Cornelius Pass Rd, US Hwy 26, State Hwy 6, Glenwood-Tim­ber-Vernonia Hwy, and back to Vernonia.

Siuslaw Unit #20

  • Public Lands: 40%
  • Location: Starting at I-5-Belt Line Rd junction north of Eugene, the Siuslaw Unit #20 extends to various areas in western Oregon.
  • Borders: It covers the region from I-5-Belt Line Rd junction to Drain junction, State Hwy 99, Drain, State Hwy 38, Umpqua Rvr at Elkton, Umpqua Rvr, south shoreline of Winchester Bay, Pacific Ocean, north shoreline of Siuslaw Bay, Siuslaw Rvr, Lk Cr, north shoreline of Triangle Lk, State Hwy 36, and Poodle Cr junction, and then back to I-5.

Sixes Unit #25

  • Public Lands: 29%
  • Location: The Sixes Unit #25 begins at Gold Beach and covers areas along the Pacific Ocean coastline and Coos Bay.
  • Borders: It extends from Gold Beach to Pacific Ocean coastline, south shoreline of Coos Bay, US Hwy 101, State Hwy 42, Powers Hwy, Powers, posted FR to Rogue Rvr at Illahee, southwest on Rogue Rvr, and back to Gold Beach.

Stott Mtn Unit #17

  • Public Lands: 22%
  • Location: The Stott Mtn Unit #17 begins at Dallas and encompasses areas in western Oregon.
  • Borders: It extends from Dallas to State Hwy 223, Gardner Rd (No. 865), Gardner Rd, Bridgeport Rd (No. 864), Falls City, Valsetz Rd, S Fork of Siletz Rvr, Siletz Rvr, north shoreline of Siletz Bay, Pacific Ocean, mouth of Salmon Rvr, Salmon Rvr, State Hwy 18 near Rose Lodge, Hwy 18, State Hwy 22, Perrydale Rd, and back to Dallas.

Tioga Unit #24

  • Public Lands: 35%
  • Location: The Tioga Unit #24 starts at Coquille and covers areas in southwestern Oregon.
  • Borders: It spans from Coquille to State Hwy 42, US Hwy 101, south shoreline of Coos Bay, Pacific Ocean, south shoreline of Winchester Bay, Ft. McKay Rd, Ft. McKay and Melqua Rds, Melrose, Flournoy Valley, Coos Bay Wagon, Reston Rds, Tenmile, State Hwy 42, and back to Coquille.

Trask Unit #14

  • Public Lands: 42%
  • Location: Beginning at McMinnville, the Trask Unit #14 covers regions in northwestern Oregon.
  • Borders: It covers the area from McMinnville to State Hwy 18, Salmon Rvr, Pacific Ocean, north shoreline at mouth of Tillamook Bay, north shoreline of Tillamook Bay, Nehalem Bay, N Fork Nehalem Rvr, State Hwy 53 bridge, US Hwy 26, Timber-Glenwood Hwy, Timber-Glenwood Hwy, Glenwood, State Hwy 6, Wilson Rvr at Mills Bridge, Wilson Rvr, north shoreline of Tillamook Bay, and back to the mouth of Tillamook Bay.

Willamette Unit #15

  • Public Lands: 2%
  • Location: Starting at Sandy, the Willamette Unit #15 encompasses various areas in northwestern Oregon.
  • Borders: It extends from Sandy to State Hwy 211, State Hwy 213, Cascade Hwy at Silverton, Cascade Hwy, State Hwy 22, State Hwy 226, Richardson Gap Rd, Baptist Church Dr, Kowitz Rd, Lacomb Rd, Brewster Rd, State Hwy 34, I-5, Belt Line Rd, State Hwy 126, Poodle Cr Rd, State Hwy 36, Territorial Rd near Cheshire, Monroe, State Hwy 99W, Dawson Rd (Co Rd 45200), Bellfountain, Bellfountain Rd, Decker Rd at Invale School, State Hwy 34, Corvallis, State Hwy 99W, Airlie Rd (No. 7) at Suver, Airlie Rd, State Hwy 223, Perrydale Rd at Dallas, Perrydale Rd, State Hwy 22, Hwy 18, Hwy 99W, Hwy 47, Hwy 8, Hwy 6, US Hwy 26, Cornelius Pass Rd, US Hwy 30, Multnomah Channel at Sauvie Island bridge, Multnomah Channel, Willamette Rvr, state line in Columbia Rvr, Sandy Rvr, TenEyck Rd, Sandy, and back to Sandy.

Wilson Unit #12

  • Public Lands: 65%
  • Location: The Wilson Unit #12 begins on the north shoreline at the mouth of Tillamook Bay and covers areas along the Pacific Ocean coastline.
  • Borders: It spans from the north shoreline at the mouth of Tillamook Bay to the Pacific Ocean coastline, north shoreline of Nehalem Bay, Nehalem Bay, N Fork Nehalem Rvr, State Hwy 53 bridge, US Hwy 26, Timber-Glenwood Hwy, Glenwood, State Hwy 6, Wilson Rvr, north shoreline of Tillamook Bay, and back to the mouth of Tillamook Bay.

These additional wildlife management units in Oregon offer a range of hunting opportunities across diverse landscapes, from coastal regions to inland areas. Each unit has its unique characteristics and borders, providing various hunting experiences for outdoor enthusiasts.

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