Overview of Morrow County OHV Park
Last Price Paid: $26
Reported by Flash54 on 7/18/2019
Longest RV Reported: 29 feet (Toy Hauler Travel Trailer)
Reported by Flash54 on 7/18/2019
Number of Sites 50
Pad Type gravel
Open Seasonally Yes
Elevation 4,297 ft / 1,309 m
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“Great Campsite, & Great Trails”
We arrived here on July 5th. We thought it was going to be loaded with ATV riders, and we were pleased that it was not crowded. Very seldom did we encounter any other ATVs on the trails we were on. On Sunday, lots of the people pulled out to go back home, so our area of the campground was pretty empty. Campsite was reasonably level, with easy electric, water, and sewer hookup. No cable TV, and no reception on our antenna either. Camp hosts were all very pleasant and helpful when we asked about the riding trails. Local area map was pretty thorough, but could have included a little more info regarding some of the names of the trails. This campground sets next to the National Forest, and there are trails that take you to some of those roads, and adds many, many miles to how far you can ride your ATV. The campground seems to always have a County Sheriff around, so that gave a very secure feeling. The sheriffs even spend some time on the trails as part of their patrol. The sheriff's ATV has some cool lights & a siren. All of them were very pleasant and helpful with information on trails, roads, and directions.
The onsite restaurant is one that is only open seasonally, and this summer it wasn't open at all. When it is open, I understand that the food & milkshakes are good.
I believe the campground has WIFI, but we did not try to use that. Cell reception (Sprint) was pretty spotty. Most mornings I could receive and send texts, but in the afternoons, there was no reception. We do not have a Cell reception booster.
Tent camping is also allowed here, so the campground has several shower/restrooms. They were clean and modern, with no fee for use. There was one donation can if you felt the need to help with the free use of the facilities.
This campground is pretty much out in the middle of nowhere. 33 miles south of Heppner, OR, and the highway to get there is quite curvy. Approaching from Central Oregon, the last 50 miles includes many 25 and 30mph corners. There are even 2 that are 20 mph. If you are driving from the north, I think it's a lot better road.
The park was pretty quiet most of the time. We heard one log truck that went by every morning, that would hit his exhaust brake right when he went by. Fortunately it was usually after 8:00am, so probably not too many people sleeping.
We loved our stay here, and do plan to go back again.
Flash54 would stay here again
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- 50 Amp
- 30 Amp
- 20 Amp
- dry camping
- Full Hookups
- recreation trail
- big rig
- fire ring
- picnic table
- pull thru
- dump station
- group sites
- ADA Accessible
- restrooms: flush
- water available
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