Cutsforth Park

Morrow County Parks Committee

Event Date: 
Tue., Mar. 13, 2018
Event Time: 
1:30 PM

Regular scheduled meeting for the Morrow County Parks Committee.
Bartholomew Building
Upper Conference Room
110 North Court Street
Heppner, Oregon  97836

The meeting location is accessible to persons with disabilities. A request for an interpreter for the hearing impaired or for other accommodations for persons with disabilities should be made at least 48 hours before the meeting to the Morrow County Parks Department at 541-989-9500.
 

Campgrounds Seasonal Closure

Event Date: 
Mon., Nov. 13, 2017

Campground areas close for season.
Scheduled to reopen in Spring 2018.

Portion of ATV Trails remain open.

Cutsforth Park Location and Directions

Cutsforth Park is located 22 miles South of Heppner on Willow Creek Road

Amenities

Visitor Center

Restrooms

Showers

Horse Pens

Large building w/ Kitchen (4-H/Darcy Coil Building)

Gazebo & BBQ

Picnic Area

Fishing pond

Playground

Hiking , Equestrian & Snowmobile trails nearby

Day use area

Camp sites include: dry, partial (power/water), full (power/water/sewer), cabins

Water available (fee for non-registered guests)

Dump station available for fee

Campfire Restrictions

Image: Campfires AllowedCAMPFIRES PERMITTED DESIGNATED AREAS ONLY

                    

Cutsforth Park Map

 CAMPGROUND MAP

UPDATED IN DECEMBER 2016.

Download/Printable Cutsforth Park Map (PDF)

Cutsforth Park

CAMPGROUND CLOSED FOR 2017 SEASON
Scheduled to reopen May 2018
RESERVATIONS open January 1, 2018 ONLINE

DEBIT & CREDIT CARDS MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED
DUE TO INTERNET AVAILABILY PLEASE PREPARE FOR ALL OPTIONS SHOULD ONE NOT BE AVAILABLE.

WEATHER INFORMATION: as of 02.15.2018

Morrow County Parks | Morrow County Public Works Department | 365 W. Hwy 74 | PO Box 428 | Lexington, Oregon 97839

Direct Line:  541-989-8214 | Phone: 541-989-9500 | Email: mcparks@co.morrow.or.us

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