The Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has temporarily closed the Mac Johnson trail in Harry Osborne State Forest in Skagit County. This trail has been closed for public safety due to a bridge being out.
When will the trail open?
Construction on the bridge will begin next week and we hope to have the trail open by August 2. Keep in touch with our blog for updates.
Can I still ride the trails?
There are many alternate routes to this trail in the forest. You shouldn’t have trouble finding an easy way around. Follow posted signs to know the best way to go.
Know before you go
Make sure you use caution when recreating around this trail as construction could create unfamiliar conditions.
You can check if your favorite DNR recreation site is open, get ideas for trips, and print trail maps before you leave home on our website at www.dnr.wa.gov/recreation.
Review our Forest Road Survival Guide to refresh the rules of the forest road to keep you safe while out with DNR.
Get your Discover Pass!
The pass is your ticket to recreation access on nearly 7 million acres of state lands. Find out more at: discoverpass.wa.gov.
Report any illegal activity to DNR’s Forest Watch program at 1-855-883-8368 or email@example.com.
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