The ODFW Visitors' Guide
|Horseback riders and bicyclist on one of EE Wilson's trails
Once the site of the U.S. Army's Camp Adair during World War II, the wildlife area offers many miles of abandoned roads which provide a unique opportunity for access, including easy access for persons with disabilities. Biking and horseback riding on area roads are also permitted.
The diversity of habitats and wildlife found in a relative small area, coupled with easy access, provide great opportunities for nature photographers. Two photography blinds are available; one overlooking an area wetland and the other offers photo opportunities for songbirds. Arrangements for use of the blinds can be made at the wildlife area headquarters.
An interpretive trail offers an accompanying guide. The wildlife area radio station broadcasts a recorded message 24 hours a day on AM 1140.
When visiting the E.E. Wilson Wildlife Area, be sure and tune your radio to 1140 AM for area information that is broadcast 24 hrs a day. The recording is updated seasonally.
|Fishing at E.E. Wilson
E.E. Wilson has one permanent pond which is stocked with trout (usually Feb. to Jun.) offering angling opportunities for that part of the year.
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