The Upper Pit River Watershed is important to local communities for recreation as well as commodity production. In addition, people from urban areas use the watershed for a variety of recreational purposes. As people traverse the watershed to hike, ATV, fish, hunt, camp or sightsee, ideally there would be something for everyone. Maintaining quality recreational opportunities, while emphasizing resource restoration, requires recognition that all products and services cannot be provided on all areas. Working together as partners individuals, communities, agencies, and organizations is a significant step toward maintaining recreational values and becoming stewards to the diverse plant and animal communities within the Upper Pit River Watershed. Recreation holds the promise of diversification in the lagging economy of the region, but we are concerned about how to retain our small community values as we welcome visitors in greater numbers to the place where we live and work.
Clicking on any areas of the map with dots will take you to a detailed area map with specific Recreation locations.