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Morrow-Grant OHV Park
Campground Description: The Morrow-Grant Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) Park is funded by Morrow and Grant counties and operated by Morrow county as well as volunteers. The park was designed to allow off-road motorcycles (Class 3), 3 and 4 wheelers (Class 1), and jeeps/sand rails (Class 2) operators the chance to drive off-road in one of the largest OHV designated areas in Oregon. The average camping family out to discover the wonders of nature will probably not appreciate the offerings at the Morrow-Grant OHV park. For those who want to live on the edge and push themselves and their off-road vehicle, this park is nirvana. Trails are marked from green diamond (beginner's trails) to black diamond (sheer terror). For those who push their limits too far, the OHV park offers an ambulance, trained EMTs and a helicopter landing pad. The OHV park offers over 200 miles of OHV trails, RV camping and tent camping as well as 6 cabins, all on more than 8000 acres. The nearest shopping and restaurants are in Heppner, 35 miles north on Highway 207. Open year round. Reservations are accepted.
Number of Sites: 39 RV camping sites, 6 camping cabins, 1 group camping area
Electricity: At 4 of the RV camping sites
Water: At 4 of the RV camping sites and in central locations among the remaining sites
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes - $6.00 per use for registered campers and $10.00 for non-registered campers
Directions: From Westbound Interstate 84 (I-84) - Follow I-84 to exit 209. Exit at exit 209 and turn south onto Highway 395. Follow Highway 395 south approximately 21.6 miles to Highway 74. At Highway 74, turn west and follow for approximately 37.3 miles to Heppner. In Heppner, turn south onto Highway 207. Follow Highway 207 south for approximately 32.7 miles. The entrance to the Morrow- Grant OHV Park is on the east side of the highway. From Eastbound Interstate 84 (I-84) - Follow I-84 east to exit 147. Take exit 147 and turn south onto Highway 74. Follow Highway 74 south for approximately 45.5 miles to Heppner. In Heppner, turn south onto Highway 207. Follow Highway 207 south for approximately 32.7 miles. The entrance to the Morrow- Grant OHV Park is on the east side of the highway.
Fishing: Yes, in stocked fishing ponds
Astronomy Opportunities: Great! The nearest major source of light pollution is over one hundred miles away. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 119.96745° W, 44.80707° N
Nearby Golfing: Golf is available in Heppner (35 miles north) at the semi-private Willow Creek Country Club. Call 541-676-5437 for golf course information
Contact Information:Morrow County Parks Morrow County Public Works PO Box 428 Lexington, OR 97839 541-989-9500 Fax: 541-989-8352 Morrow County Parks
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Sign at the entrance to the Morrow-Grant OHV Park
Parking for day use vehicles at the Morrow-Grant OHV Park
The visitors center and snack bar at the Morrow-Grant OHV Park
Rider safety and the availability of emergency medical services are of paramount importance at the Morrow-Grant OHV Park
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