OHV PARK INFORMATION
Morrow-Grant County OHV Park is part of the Morrow County Parks system. That is approximately 9,000 acres with 2,000 acres belong to Grant County.
This encompasses a portion of the recreational trail system which Morrow County manages with a Memorandum of Understanding between the two counties.
Morrow County owns and manages the remaining trail system as well as the campground.
This park is would not have been possible without the public support from Morrow and Grant County, funding assistance from
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) and thousands of generously donated volunteer hours. THANK YOU!
With the development of the park partner relation-ships have been created with local businesses, volunteers, park guests and organizations such as;
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW), Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board (OWEB), United States National Forest Service (USFS).
It is our hopes that we can continue to forge forward with these groups and other to continue to provide a place that everyone can enjoy now and in the future.
CAMPGROUND -- SEASONALLY CLOSED -- ATV TRAILS REMAIN OPEN
RV, Tent camping and cabin rentals are scheduled to open in May for the 2024 camping season.
Reservations went live and active online January 01, 2024 for the 2024 camping season
Make your reservations early get secure your favorite site for the camping season.
ATV Trails are open year around and accessible from the Day Use area that is centrally located in
the trail system off of the 2128 road.
Debit & Credit Cards*, cash, checks and money orders accepted. No ATM on site.
* Due to internet access there may be times when Debit and Credit cards transactions are not available.
On Demand Requests for Hands Evaluations/Training must be paid by check, money order or cashiers check.
THINGS TO DO AND SEE
This park offers camping with a variety of amenities. Trails for All Terrain Vehicles (ATV), hiking, and biking vary in difficulty levels from easy/beginner to difficult/expert. Horseshoe pits, golf driving range, playground and fishing ponds provide additional recreation while in the area.Wildlife from large and small game to a vast variety of birds native to the area are in abundance throughout the area. The Rolling Hills Hunting Preserve offers a large variety of bird hunting packages and is locally owned and operated. The John Day River (26 miles) and Bull Prairie Reservoir (12 miles) both offer additional angling as well as rafting, floating, and boating opportunities.
The mud pit is currently CLOSED, SORRY for those hoping to play in the mud.
Please be courteous and cautious when using this area, as there are those that enjoy watching and taking pictures from the sidelines. Pit will be open from 8:00am until sunset, unless posted otherwise.
We at Morrow County Parks strive to give our guest a wonderful stay. We try to be conservative and spend our funds wisely at all times.
We try to keep our cost as low as possible to the park visitors an example of this is our showers at the Parks are free, with donations accepted.
The donations help keep the facility, amenities and water system operational, donations are welcomed and are at users discretion.
Interested in being a volunteer or a camp host for a season. There are a variety of things at all of the parks one can help with. If interested please contact one of the park personnel,
drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the main parks office in Lexington at 541-989-8214.