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PERMITS REQUIRED
All of the eastern WA JWPT requires permits for use. See special permit law.
These permits are FREE, good for a year, and used by some legislators to measure the number of people using the trail.
Please make sure you are counted as a trail user by having a permit!

JWPT between
the Columbia River and Lind

Managed by the Washington Dept. of Natural Resources, this section is referred to as the Milkwaukee Road Corridor by the DNR. Click here for a DNR Milwaukee Railroad Corridor Permit Application or contact:

Michael Williams
Southeast Region
WA State Depart. of Natural Resources (DNR)
Office: (509) 925-0984
MICHAEL.WILLIAMS@dnr.wa.gov



JWPT from Lind to the Idaho border

This section is managed by Washington State Parks.


Liability insurance is only required for groups larger than 20, or groups doing an activity outside of the norm. The 15 days notice is for requests that take a bit more approvals or notifications, so State Parks has time to process that properly. You can date your permit for up to a year which allows for spontaneous trips on the trail throughout the entire duration of your permit. You can put down the maximum number of people you may have in your group.

Or you can click here to download the PERMIT Application, complete it and return the permit for approval to the contact below. You can date it for up to a year, but ensure you have it with you on the trail.

Maps and combination codes for the gates, where needed, are sent with the permits.

Clara Dickinson-McQuary
Program Specialist 2
Blue Mountain Area
36149 Hwy 12
Dayton, WA 99328
Main: (509) 337-6457
Line 2: (509) 337-0216
cell: (509) 386-0876
clara.dickinson-mcquary@parks.wa.gov


Friends of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail Organization, P.O. Box 3011, Winthrop WA 98862
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