MRFHA
Metolius River Forest Homeowners Association

2022 Events

Picnic - Sunday, September 4, 2022, 4:00 to 6:30 - Johnson property

Cell Service Update

Announced at the summer meeting on July 2nd: An AT&T 5G cell tower is due to go online Fall (perhaps September) of 2022. It is possible that other carriers will be available on the tower at a later date. For more information on this, and other updates regarding broadband at Camp Sherman, see www.campshermanfiber.com/ .

2022 Interpretive Walks Schedule

Deepen your understanding and enjoyment of our beautiful Metolius area! A series of guided Saturday morning walks are available this summer. A full listing and descriptions are available in this downloadable PDF document.

The Metolius River Forest Homeowners Association is comprised of river cabin owners along the scenic Metolius River, in Oregon's Deschutes National Forest. Our objective is to preserve the magnificent and unique environment of the Metolius River and the historic community identity of Camp Sherman, in partnership with the US Forest Service.

We trace our beginnings back to the early 1900's when Sherman County farmers and ranchers first built cabins along the river. The 108 cabin owners have provided a sense of community and continuity in the basin through the years, as we enjoy and share the river with other homeowners, campers and visitors.

The National Forest Homeowners is another extremely valuable resource for all cabin owners. NFH is our most important source of information and influence for policy and permit-related issues that affect every cabin. MRFHA strongly encourages NFH membership. Your membership, and the financial support it helps provide NFH, gives us a voice and influence at the national level with the Forest Service and in Congress for the many laws and rules that govern the Recreational Residence program. You can join and support NFH at a discounted rate when your dues are paid with your MRFHA tract dues. You can find dues form and information here.

See the 2020 NFH Virtual Conference content here.