Explore DNR-managed lands from green dot roads

Enjoy forest drives, wildlife viewing, camping, or hunting? DNR has just the place for you – a network of green dot roads in southeastern Washington.

DNR manages a green dot road system in partnership with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and private landowners to provide opportunities for dispersed recreation, or recreating outside of our designated trails, campgrounds, and picnic areas.

Whites Ridge Rd in Ahtanum S.F.
Off-road-vehicle riders from the All Wheelers Off Road Club follow Whites Ridge Road in the Ahtanum State Forest. Photo: Clay Graham

View our green dot road maps for: 

Background
The Green Dot Road Management System was established in the early 1980s as a means to provide connections across a landscape of checkerboard ownership made up of DNR land and WDFW land. You can locate green dot roads by using the maps above, and looking for reader boards and route markers with green dots when you’re out exploring.

Check out our forest road survival tips before you go hunting. For hunting information, visit the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s website. Remember to bring a Discover Pass, your gateway to exploring Washington’s great outdoors.

County burn bans may still be in effect in various locations throughout Washington.  Check with your community fire district for local information. Before having a campfire, check to see if there are any fire restrictions for your area.

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