Talking Rocks Podcast & Historical Tour
The Talking Rocks of Heppner have come alive! Take a historical tour of Heppner, Oregon following our Talking Rocks. Each rock features bronze plaques on local basalt stone quarried on a local ranch. The same stone was used to build our historical Morrow County Courthouse in 1903.
Listen to the first of many episodes to come on Spotify today! It will be available on other platforms, and a QR code will also be on each rock in town in the near future.
Special thanks to Julie Baker, Office Manager for OSU Morrow County Extension office, and their high school intern, Paul Lindsay for making this project happen.
Heppner Volkswalk – Year Round
Heppner is a bike and pedestrian-friendly town, with both 5k and 10K Volkswalking routes with many scenic views and historical landmarks along the way.
These Volkswalks are currently sanctioned IVV/America’s Walking Club (AVA) Event routes
Willow Creek Country Club
The 9-hole Willow Creek Country Club in Heppner, OR is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1954. It is open to play to out-of-area people for payment of green fees.
Willow Creek Country Club course is 1750 yards in length with a par of 30. It features 18 separate tee-offs and Willow Creek comes into play on six of the holes. The golf course is located one mile Northwest of Heppner on highway 74/207. The members of the golf club welcome play by visitors to South Morrow County.
Morrow County Parks Department
Spend some time away from the hustle and bustle in our secluded camping areas. Oregon state parks camping is something to enjoy. The RV and tent campsites are perfect for the glamping experience. Day use areas and trail systems remain available for outdoor recreational use. If you want to see a little bit more of the area the Columbia River, Umatilla National Forest, and Pendleton, Oregon are all within two hours.
We look forward to your visit to our portion of the Pacific Northwest.
Fishing & Hunting
Willow Creek Park District