OHV Park

Morrow County Parks Committee

Event Date: 
Tue., Jun. 5, 2018
Event Time: 
1:30 PM

Regular scheduled meeting for the Morrow County Parks Committee.
Morrow County Public Works Office
Conference Room
365 West Highway 74
Lexington, Oregon  97839

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.

NWTRA - Ride the Blues

Event Date: 
Sat., May. 12, 2018

North West Trail Riders Association, Inc will be hosting a trail ride event at the Morrow/Grant County OHV Park. For more informaiton or to register online visit NWTRA's web site for more details. This is not a race and there are trail options for various skill levels to enjoy. For campsite reservations contact 541-989-8214.

OHV EMS ATV Ride

Event Date: 
Sat., Jun. 23, 2018
Event Time: 
8:30 AM

Family event, fun for all ages. This is NOT a race.
Funds from event help support the OHV Emergency Services at the park.
Make sure to reserve your campsite early if you have a favorite site.

The Landing is Closed: Vendor/Operator Needed

The Landing Dining Hall closed on June 30, 2014 and is currently seeking a vendor to operate it.

Should you or someone you know be interested in operating The Landing Dining Hall. Please tell them to contact the Morrow County Public Works Office (MCPW) for more details.

Morrow County Public Works
Attn: The Landing – Sandi Putman
P.O. Box 428
Lexington, Oregon  97839
Phone: 541-989-9500

OHV Location and Directions

OHV Park is located 33 miles Southwest of Heppner on Highway 207

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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