Just spent 3 days camping in the Snoqualmie National Forest and I was ashamed at what I saw. Several friends came up from oregon and couldn't believe it either. We brought shotguns, pistols and .22's but didn't feel like shooting much at all after what we saw. In less than one single week of the forest service road opening the fire pits are full of plastic and trash. Beer cans, Monstrer energy drinks and redbull cans everywhere. fresh shotgun shells buy the thousands are in every campsite and just about every viewpoint and dead end road we checked out. Broken orange shooting clays are everywhere. Fresh tree bark has been blown off the tree trunks, branches blown off. targets stapled directly to the center of trees around camps. Glass bottles smashed on the rocks around the fire pits. Tires, matresses and a few bags of trash including dirty diapers have already been dumped. Some in the stream! It all made me a little sick to my stomach. It was perfect two weeks ago. All this damage is after 1 week of exposure. I know the entire area was clean and grown back when I was up there two weeks ago. I just rode through on a dual sport the week before the gate opened to recon our trip and inspected 12 to 15 campsites in a 15 mile strech. Not a single shell casing, beer can or clay in sight then. Now, every single site looks like the rest of the roads around Greenwater, trashed. All the grass had grown back making the campsites soft and clean. Some hero in a big truck did cookies in 6 or 8 camps sites along ther creek and tore the living crap out of all of them. Looks terrible, muddy rutted and no longer flat to camp on or even drive through. Must have been some real big tires there boss, nice work A-hole. Hate to say it but maybe we don't deserve access to FSR 7010 at all. They can gate it back up for another few years and let it recover from the 1 week of local shooting exposure. We had planned to go back after July 15th to run the Little Naches Trail but I think we'll head down to Browns Camp in OR instead. Much cleaner down there.