Year - 2009
Scale - 1/2" to the Mile
Topo Lines - No
The 1.7 million acre Willamette National Forest lies along
the western slope of the Cascades. The Forest is easily
accessed from the Willamette Valley communities of Salem,
Albany and Eugene and from Ceentral Oregon.
The Willamette National Forest is named after the Willamette
River; originally known as Wallamt, an Indian name for a
location along the river near Oregon City. The Forest is covered
with Douglas fir, the state tree of Orego, as well as at least 15 other
conifer species and over 300 species of fish and wildlife.
This map also includes the the Burea of Land Management Eugene
District East and the Salem District Southeast.