If you’re heading to DNR-managed lands in Kittitas or Yakima counties this Fourth of July weekend, please be aware of a new road closure in the Naneum Ridge State Forest due to flood damage.
The East Fork Coleman Road (N3300) is temporarily closed from milepost 2.2 to milepost 2.8. Past the 2.8 milepost, you can access the N3300 road from the Rue Road (N3100).
Updates to road closures
Prior to the Memorial Day weekend we announced several road closures on DNR-managed state trust lands on the eastern side of the Cascades. Some of these roads have since reopened, and some remain closed for the time being. The following is an update on the status of these roads:
Naneum Ridge State Forest:
- Pearson Creek Road–three miles north of Walter’s Flat in the Naneum Creek drainage. STILL CLOSED.
- Cooke Canyon Road. Kittitas County says the road will be OPEN by the weekend. The road surface is rough. Expect construction delays.
- Ingersoll Road–below the Washington State University Research Center. STILL CLOSED.
Colockum Wildlife Area:
- Tarpiscan Road (in northeast Kittitas County). OPEN.
LT Murray Wildlife Area access roads:
- Manastash Creek Road. STILL CLOSED.
- Taneum Road. OPEN.
- Little Rattlesnake Creek, off Highway 410 outside of Naches–5.1 miles from Bethel Ridge Road. STILL CLOSED.
None of these closures affects DNR’s managed recreation areas, such as designated campgrounds. To find out what recreation sites are open, go to www.dnr.wa.gov/recreation.
Reminder: Discover Pass now in effect!
Beginning today, July 1, the Discover Pass is required year round for motor-vehicle access to state parks, boat launches, trails, campgrounds, heritage sites, and wildlife and natural areas managed by DNR, Washington State Parks, and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Learn more at www.discoverpass.wa.gov
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