Preserving the Memories of
a Proud Tradition

Friends of Collier Park welcome you to
Collier Memorial State Park and Logging Museum

Collier State Park is located just north of Chiloquin, Oregon near the confluence of Spring Creek and the Williamson River in a beautiful setting of towering Ponderosa pine trees and cool, shaded lawns. Picnicking, overnight camping, fishing, and relaxing are the primary activities in the park and camping areas. The outdoor logging museum includes some of the most interesting, rare, and representative logging artifacts in the world. The museum provides a window through time, demonstrating the evolution of Eastside logging practices and technology that played a major role in the development of this region and its culture.

Friends of Collier Park, President
Chuck Ehlers,

Collier State Park
46000 Hwy 97 N. Chiloquin, OR  97624
(541)783-2471 (800) 551-6949.

Collier Park Manager, Todd Honeywell, 541-783-2471,
Park Curator, Miranda Krane, (541) 783-2471,
Lisa Dykstra, Office Coordinator,

Webmaster: Mary Williams Hyde