ODFW creates interactive map for anglers with disabilities, Jan. 29
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife today unveiled a Google-based map that highlights 133 sites across Oregon that may be suitable for anglers with physical disabilities. This is the latest in a suite of interactive maps designed to help anglers find places to fish. When users click on the map?s icons they launch information boxes that include accessibility information about the sites such as fishing platforms, piers, docks, paths, restrooms and parking.

The map itself is located at:

The cool part is the interactive map is based upon an open access Google Earth platform!

In doing research I also ran across an old brochure entitled Access Oregon. It's available here: