How do i Acquire a Firewood Cutting Permit for State Trust Lands?
We provide opportunities for the public to cut firewood in approved areas on state trust lands. Suitable downed wood for firewood is located at timber harvest sites. Purchasers of trust lands timber sales use more of the branches left after trees are harvested, so opportunities for personal firewood cutting are limited.
Also, in addition to revenue production we manage for habitat, and snags, downed wood and stumps are important habitat components under our State Trust Lands Habitat Conservation Plan, so please follow your permit as to where and what to cut.
- Olympic and Northwest Regions display cutting areas and permits below on this page.
- For wood cutting opportunities in other regions, see instructions below, or contact the appropriate region office for instructions.
- Each DNR region provides specific information and serves as your point of contact.
- Locate on the map the region in which you would like to cut firewood.
- See contact information below map to get firewood cutting permit.
- Foresters mark the area appropriate for cutting your firewood. Please follow instructions and stay in the specified area.
NOTE - Access may not be available due to snow or storm damage; watch for road closure signs.
View map of DNR Regions, counties and contact information below.
A Discover Pass is required to access DNR-managed recreation lands. For more information on how to purchase the pass, visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov or call 1-866-320-9933.
Find out where you’ll need a Discover Pass on DNR-managed state trust lands at www.dnr.wa.gov/recreation.
Northwest Region Firewood cutting opportunities
- North Fork VRH & VDT, Directions: Located approximately 5 miles northwest of Darrington. At the four way stop sign in Darrington, Wa, go north (State highway 530 East) and drive 1.0 miles to the USFS Road. Turn left onto the 2810 (just opposite the CoGen Plant) and follow the North Mountain Mainline (USFS-2810) 3.7 miles to the unit. Expires December 31, 2014
Olympic Region Firewood cutting opportunities
- Blowder Creek - firewood area permit and map, expires February 28, 2015
- Sol Duc Scatter - firewood area permit and map, expires February 28, 2015
- Stumpy's Ride - firewood area permit and map, expires February 28, 2015
- C-1200 - firewood area permit and map, expires February 28, 2015
- Clear Bull - firewood area permit and map, expires February 28, 2015
- Hoh Down Thin - firewood area permit and map, expires February 28, 2015
- On The Rocks - firewood area permit and map, expires February 28, 2015
- Toadstool - firewood area permit and map, expires February 28, 2015
- Triton Access - firewood area permit and map, expires March 31, 2015
Brightwood Firewood Permit located approximately 7 miles northwest of Stevenson in Skamania County. This permit expires February 28, 2015.Fringe Firewood Permit located approximately 9 miles southeast of Toutle in Cowlitz County. This permit expires April 30, 2015.
Pacific Cascade Region Firewood cutting opportunities
As permits become available, they will be listed above. To request an available permit, e-mail email@example.com with the following information:
Southeast Region Firewood cutting opportunities
In the Subject Line put: "Firewood Permit Request"
In the e-mail body put Applicant Name
Permit area requested (one only) from the opportunities available
Preference for how Permit is delivered to you (e-mail, hard-copy mail)
Only one permit, per household, per year will be issued
South Puget Sound Region firewood cutting opportunities
Effective October 1, 2014 the process for requesting a firewood permit has changed. When available, all firewood permit areas will be detailed below. After you identify opportunities, you can request a firewood cutting permit: Simply e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- In the Subject Line put: "Firewood Permit Request"
- In the e-mail body put Applicant Name
- Phone Number
- License Plate number of vehicle hauling the firewood
- Permit area requested (one only) from the opportunities available
- Maximum 6 cords per household per year
View a map of the unit boundaries
- Elbe Unit: None at this time.
- Hoodsport Unit: None at this time.
- Belfair Unit: None at this time.
- Snoqualmie Unit: None at this time.
- Black Diamond Unit: None at this time.
- Delphi Unit: None at this time.
- Little Rock Unit: None at this time.