Heppner's OHV Park
Off highway vehicle riders now have a dedicated place to break out their toys and play.
Morrow County's 'off "highway Vehicle Park (OHV) is located in the Blue Mountains along Highway 207, approximately 32 miles south of Heppner. Twenty four designated camp sites are available for self-contained recreational vehicles in addition to tent sites. Sites are equipped with outdoor fire rings, picnic tables and garbage containers.
The park has a place where dirt-laden vehicles can be washed down. This helps reduce the spread of weeds. The park ahs become so popular Hardman resident Bob Allen maintains a cook shack there, offering everything from hot dogs to lattes.
About OHV Park
The park has over 8125 acres in South Morrow and Grant County and is adjacent to Highway 207, which is also known as the Spray Highway. The RV Park will be constructed soon with all pull-thru sites. The park has a Track system that allows for various skill levels of riding. The OHV park provides a washdown area to inhibit the spread of noxious and other weed. An Additional recreation area will also be developed in the future at the park, including fishing, hiking, photography, etc. During the winter, this area can also be used as a Sno-Park for snowmobiling and cross country skiing
The new addition of the Grant County Property now have 200 miles of trails and with more in construction!! Partnering with Grant County an additional 1,925 acres have been purchased with ATV Grant funds. There will be a great variety of Terrain to ride and we invite you to give it a look and of course give it a ride. We are excited about this new addition.......Come Visit......Come Ride!!!!
Attention, ATV Riders!
Looking for marked trail maps?
Maps can be purchased at the OHV or by contacting the main office. 541-989-8214
Morrow County OHV Park is an official training location for the ATV Safety Institute.
For training information visit:
We currently have three certified instructors! For more information about this offering please contact ATV Safety Institute at 1-800-8887-2887.
Improve Riding Skills
Get Kids Started Right
Put you in touch with fellow ATV enthusiasts and ATV clubs near you.
Provide resources for Lifelong Learing and Safety Renewal
Learn how to Tread Lightly!
Morrow County Parks
P.O. Box 428
Lexington, Oregon 97839
For online registration, go to "www.morrowcountyparks.org"