The Discover Pass is your ticket to Washington's Great Outdoors. >> Learn more at www.discoverpass.wa.govA Discover Pass is required on vehicles accessing DNR-managed state trust lands. (Some exemptions apply). View maps of state trust lands at www.dnr.wa.gov/recreation.
Concept A Map
PDF) Concept A Map
Blanchard Forest Block Trail Map | May 2012
PDF) Blanchard Forest Block Trail Map | May 2012
Trail Map - Capitol State Forest - 2012 (complete)
PDF) NEW - Capitol State Forest - Trail Map in color (complete).
Shows recreation sites and multi-use trails, roads, gates, and surrounding area.
Map to BNR August Retreat Location
PDF) Map to BNR August Retreat Location
Capitol State Forest Map
PDF) 2013 version of our Capitol State Forest Map. View the various types of trails, roads and recreation sites with rec matrix. Terrain illustrated in shaded relief. Full color. Shows surrounding area.
Family Forest Fish Passage Program Paper Application
PDF) Family Forest Fish Passage Program Paper Application
Vessel of Concern Reporting Form
PDF) Derelict Vessel Removal Program: Vessel of Concern Reporting Form
Firefighter Property Program
PDF) Firefighter Property Program Instructions.
Forest Watch Lead - What To Do Checklist
DOCX) Forest Watch Lead - What To Do Checklist
Forest Watch Patrol Request Form
DOCX) Forest Watch Patrol Request Form that must be completed and turned in to the DNR representative in advance for approval and support.
12/12/2014 - Scenic BBQ Flats to open for recreation next summer
12/05/2014 - Truck traffic--temporary trail closures in Blanchard Forest
12/05/2014 - Take a more detailed look under your feet
11/21/2014 - Public invited to discuss Teanaway Community Forest at open house December 4
11/19/2014 - Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation Plan open for public comment
Tue Jan 6 2015, 9:00 AM
12:00 PMBoard of Natural Resources Meeting
Tue Jan 20 2015, 6:30 PM
8:00 PMBBQ Flats Proposed Land Exchange Public Hearing
Volunteers are a vital component of stewardship activities at DNR. Each year, they contribute thousands of hours to such projects as recreation trails, removing invasive species from natural areas, and identifying rare plants.