Oakridge is a city in Lane County, Oregon. The population was estimated at 3,205 in 2010. It is located east of Westfir on Oregon Route 58, about 40 miles east of Eugene, and 150 miles south east of Portland. Surrounded by the Willamette National Forest, Oakridge is popular with outdoor enthusiasts for its hiking, mountain biking, wildflowers, fly fishing, birding, watersports, and nearby Willamette Pass ski area
Click here for Oakridge area map from LGOG
The map below provides a comprehensive view of the City of Oakridge and surrounding Hazeldell Rural Fire District area and Westfir. Right click to select zoom features.
Completely surrounding Oakridge, the Willamette National Forest is used every day of the year for recreational purposes of one kind or another. The link below provides access to the USFS Middle Fork website mapping. Much of the “Oakridge and Surrounding” topic areas may be located on the Forest Service Maps.
Oakridge is the gateway to a vast trail system in the Willamette National Forest, people travel here from all over the world to hike or bike our trails, ski in our Mountains and recreate in our Lakes and Rivers. Please visit the site below for more links to trail Maps in our area.