Register to Visit Tucannon

Getting access to Tucannon, Hopkins Ridge and Marengo wind farm

Public access to lands within the Tucannon River Wind Farm is available for hunting, birdwatching and other recreational activities.

Special rules are in place to ensure the safety of hunters, local residents, wind project workers and equipment. More information is available through the wind project hunting video and brochure.

Remember, hunting on private lands is a privilege and, as with all hunting activities, rules and prohibitions are enforced by state game agents and local law enforcement.

Access to PGE’s Tucannon River wind farm, PacifiCorp’s Marengo wind facility and Puget Sound Energy’s adjacent Hopkins Ridge wind facility is jointly administered by the utilities. Hunters only need to register with one utility to access any of these wind facilities.

Written permission for access to these lands may be obtained by completing the steps below.

Access Registration

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Choose a location to sign your access permission agreement and obtain your vehicle hang tag.

The Last Resort Kampstore
2005 Tucannon Rd.
Pomeroy, WA 99347

Four Star Supply
2255 Villard St.
Pomeroy, WA 99347

The General Store
426 West Main St.
Dayton, WA 99328

Step 5

Fill out a registration form.

  • For The Last Resort Kampstore or Four Star Supply, complete the online registration form.
  • For The General Store in Dayton, visit the store to complete a paper form in person.

Step 6

Go to your chosen store to complete your registration. There you must:

  • Sign and pick up your permission agreement.
  • Obtain a vehicle hang tag.

The signed access permission agreement will allow you access to all three wind facilities.

You must carry your signed access permission agreement and display the hang tag at all times while visiting the wind facilities.

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