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MC Fair Campsites

Morrow County Fairgrounds Campsites are located on the western end of the property and set along Hinton Creek.


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Anson Wright Park

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Anson Wright Park

A quiet and relaxing atmosphere for camping and recreation.
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Cutsforth Park

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Cutsforth Park

A forest retreat for camping, angling, hunting, family or public gathering, and relaxing.
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OHV Park

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OHV Park

Offering trails for All Terrain Vehicles, hiking, and biking. Horseshoe pits, gold driving range, playground, and fishing ponds provide entertainment for the entire family.
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MORROW COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS CAMPSITE INFORMATION

Morrow County Fairgrounds Campsites are located on the western end of the property and set along Hinton Creek. These campsites offer full hook-up amenities that include power, water and sewer and can accommodate up to 42 foot trailers with tow vehicle unattached.

CAMPGROUND -- CLOSED FOR THE 2020 CAMPING SEASON
Campsites are open reservations by request and review process only at this time.
For more information reservations can be made by contacting the Morrow County Parks Department.
Monday – Thursday 8am – 5pm; Phone: 541-989-8214
E-Mail: mcparks@co.morrow.or.us
COMING SOON: Online reservations

THINGS TO DO AND SEE
The campsites are located about a mile from down town Heppner. Local tourist attractions include the National Historic registered buildings that include the Morrow County Court House and the Gilliam Bisbee Building. Agriculture museum that showcases equipment of years past. Heppner Library and Museum where one can see research the and history of the area.

Being located at the foothills of the Blue Mountains there is a recreational activities in an abundance. One can drive the back roads and see the agricultural land, streams and majestic views of the Blue Mountains. There is hiking, biking, equestrian, snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle trails, fishing in creeks, reservoirs, rivers and ponds; with bird, water foul and large game hunting all within a forty-five minute drive or less. Willow Creek Golf Course, parks that have tennis courts, basketball courts, out-door exercise equipment, and fields offer additional opportunities.