The Mt. Hood National Forest is located in the north center part of Oregon.
Where is this Forest?


About the Forest

Mt Hood National Forest

The Cascade Range Forest Reserve was established in 1893, and divided into several National Forests in 1908, when the northern portion was merged with the Bull Run Reserve (city watershed) and named Oregon National Forest. The name was changed again to Mt. Hood National Forest in 1924.


Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about the Mt. Hood National Forest's geography, history, employment opportunities and more.

Surrounding National Forests

Information about National Forests immediately north and south of Mt. Hood National Forest.


Related Links

Sites related to the Mt Hood National Forest area that provide additional information.

Mt. Hood National Forest Leadership Team

Learn more about the Mt. Hood National Forest Leadership Team, and take a look at our annual reports.