Sunrise at Oregon's Succor Creek State Park. A place I frequented many times as a child on Gem and Fossil expeditions. Some of my fondest memories were running around here looking for petrified wood, thundereggs, owyhee jasper and chasing lizards. It was difficult for me returning to this place. To find what once was deserted, pristine and quiet, has now been overrun by recreationalists. Motorcycles and Quads tearing up the landscape and leaving the quiet solitude to a vivid memory of the past. Yes, people have the right to enjoy themselves but when we end up packing out 10 times more trash then we even brought in, it's repulsive and disrespectful. We couldn't drive a few hundred yards without having to stop and pick up water bottles and trash left by recreators. These places are here for all to enjoy and respect. I know damn well, if someone didn't pick up their trash they wouldn't want to return and more than likely complain about what has become of the place. Just stay in the city. Leave these places to the people that can appreciate it and respect it.