Burnt Mountain

Quick Facts

Burnt Mountain


(541) 756-0100

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Things To Do


This ridge top site offers hunters a good base camp for hunting big game animals. Four tent sites and a picnic area are located in the park. Mountain bikes and ATVs are allowed on the roads running through the area.

Some nice trails near the mountain offers views of the Coos River. The Doerner Fir is one of the largest coast Douglas fir trees in the world, and the Doerner Fir Trail near Burnt Mountain offers stunning views of these trees. Winding roads take travelers through some of the most valuable forests in the nation to this site in Oregon's Coast Range mountains. Once at the trailhead, take a half-mile hike through a pristine old-growth stand to the Doerner Fir.

Map of Burnt Mountain

Latitude, Longitude: 43.330397, -122.878668



  • Bicycling

    Biking is allowed on the roads running through the area.

  • Camping

    Camping at Burnt Mountain Recreation Site offers a good base camp for those looking to hike and hunt in the area.

  • Hiking

    Beautiful hiking trails are located around the site, but cannot be accessed from the campground.

  • Off Highway Vehicles

    ATVs are allowed on area roads.

  • Picnicking

    Picnic areas and restrooms are conveniently located at the Burnt Mountain Recreation Site.



Take the Coquille/Fairview Road about eight miles to Fairview. Turn right onto the Coos Bay Wagon Road. After traveling about four miles on the Wagon Road, turn left onto the BLM Middle Creek Road. Travel about 11 miles up the Middle Creek Road. Turn right onto the Burnt Mountain Tie Road and travel about four miles to the Burnt Mountain Access Road. Turn left onto the Burnt Mountain Access Road. Travel about 1/2 mile to the Burnt Moountain Recreation site sign and turn right into the site.

Phone Numbers


(541) 756-0100