It was allocated to Research Institute in 1952 and included in Management Plan as ‘’Çamkoru Experiment Forest’’ for the first time in 1956. The dominant tree species are Scotch Pine and Black Pine. Fir is available at higher elevations. The area is divided into 2 parts named as Block-A and Block-B. Block-A has the geographical coordinates of 400 34’ 03’’ 400 - 35’ 40’’ N latitutes and 320  28’ 54’’ – 320  30’ 16’’ E longitudes and Block-B has 400 34’ 16’’ N latitutes and 400  35’ 40’’ E longitudes. The total area of it is 611.9 hectare, 573. 8 hectare of that is forest area and the rest 38.1 ha is glade. The highest part is 1700 m and 1350 m is the lowest one.
There is a previously-used meteorological station which was active between the years of 1970 and 1997, at an elevation of 1400m within the Çamkoru Dr. Fuat ADALI Research Forest. According to data obtained from this station, Vegetation period is 5 months ( May-September), areal precipitation  is 539,6 mm and areal precipitation of vegetation period is 169,6 mm which covers 32,6% of areal precipitation. The lowest precipitation is seen in August with 14,9 mm. September and July follow it with the numbers of 17,5 mm and 22,8mm, respectively. Water balance diagramme has been drawn and climate types has been determined.  According to this, Çamkoru has a humid, microtermel, having moderable water shortage in summer, oceanic climate symnolized with B1, C1, s, b1, respectively.