http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/Trail_Progra ... Plans.aspx
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) is currently involved in developing a statewide trails plan for Oregon. The overall trails planning effort involves separate, but concurrent, 1) motorized (ATV) trail, 2) snowmobile trail, 3) non-motorized trail, 4) water trail, and 5) State Scenic Waterway planning components. The planning process will include a series of issues scoping workshops held in locations across the state. The following type of information will be gathered at these workshops for each of the first 4 planning components:
· Identification of regional trail issues;
· Identification of regional trail needs;
· Identification of potential trail development opportunities;
For State Scenic Waterways, OPRD will gather input regarding potential river corridor additions to the State Scenic Waterway Program.
(Note: Snowmobile trail issues and needs will be addressed in all region workshops except Regions 1 and 5).
Early in the trails planning process, OPRD staff identified a total of 11 regions for the trails planning effort. Each region is of sufficient geographic area to have a unique set of trail related issues and associated management concerns. A series of issues workshops have been scheduled for locations in each of these regions (see map).