OHV Park

OHV Amenities

Restrooms/showers

The Landing – houses restaurant(open seasonally)

Cat-A-Q (large Unique BBQ)

Fishing ponds in campground and on trail system

Playground

Day use area

Hiking trails

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

Can refill propane tanks on site

Water available (fee for non-registered guests)

Dump station available for fee

Quad, motorcycle, side x side trails and training facility Jeep trails (restrictions may apply)

Campfire Restrictions

Image: Campfires AllowedCAMPFIRES PERMITTED DESIGNATED AREAS ONLY

                    

OHV Park Map

 CAMPGROUND MAP

UPDATED IN DECEMBER 2016.

DONWLOADABLE CAMPGROUND MAP (pdf)

Trail Map - Free

Looking for marked trail maps?

Maps can be purchased at the OHV Park from the camp host or by contacting the main officein Lexington at 541-989-8214.

Below is a link to the FREE Trail Map for the OHV Park. Please note this map does not include trail numbers or difficulty levels of the trails.

Attention ATV Riders!

Photo: ATV ClassMorrow County has a ATV training and evaluation facility on site.

For training/evaluation information visit:

OHV Park Rules

Park Rules

Morrow-Grant County Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) Park

CAMPGROUND IS OPEN

 DEBIT & CREDIT CARDS FOR RESERVATIONS ONLY
wood, maps, wash rack, etc. require
cash, check or money order

NO ATM ON SITE

ON DEMAND REQUESTS for Hands Evaluations/Traning

must be paid by check, money order or cashiers check

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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