Cutsforth Park



NOTICE: The restrooms, showers, and visitor center are under construction. It is our goal to have them completed by June 2017.

The original structure has been removed. Construction on the new facility is underway. 

We are aware this will be taking place during a time when many want to enjoy the area and will affect MANY people. Due to project funding and deadlines this was necessary.

The camp host will still be available to assist with park requests and campsites.

Should you have any questions or comments regarding the construction please contact the Morrow County Public Works office at 541-989-9500

We appologize for any inconviences this may cause.



Cutsforth Park is part of the Morrow County Parks system that adjacent to National Forest Service (USFS) and Private lands. Cutsforth Park provides a forested atmosphere, retreat for camping, angling, hunting, family or public gathering, or relaxing. The park is located in along the Blue Mountain Scenic Byway and the Blue Mountain Century Scenic Bikeway.

Things to do and see

Take a drive or ride a bike along the designated Blue Mountain Scenic Byway and Bikeways that passes by the park. Equestrian and hiking trails provide an opportunity for exploring the areas past and enjoy the wilderness on USFS lands that are adjacent to the park. Penland Lake located a few miles away provides additional angling opportunities. Hunters whether large or small game can be found nearby. Whatever your pleasure, in the mountain, it can be found near Cutsforth Park

Cutsforth Park Bulletins

Campfire Restrictions


THIS MAY CHANGE AT ANY TIME please check with camphost at check-in to see if situation has changed as the web site may be out of date.

CAMPFIRES ALLOWED in DESIGNATED AREAS ONLY at Anson Wright Park, Cutsforth Park or OHV Park. NOTE: there are some campsites within these parks that campfires are NOT permitted. CHECK with camphost or reservation department for more infomration on the campsites affected.

With extreame fire conditions at an all time high, and fire crew resources at an all time low make sure that if you do have a fire it is DEAD OUT if not being attended. This includes night when you turn in for the day. If camp fires are left unattended you may be warned or even fined for leaving an unattended fire.

Morrow County Parks campfires are based off of the permits issued by the Oregon Department of Forestry and permission may change at any time dependant of weather and fire hazard conditions. Upon check-in with the camp host ask to see if still permitted.


Cutsforth Park Guestbook

We're glad you are here. We hope that you found our website and parks to be user-friendly and useful, and we love to hear feedback from our users on what you liked and what you’d like to see more of in the future. (Please stay tuned while we update the ability to sign our guestbook.)

We hope to see you real soon at one of our parks.

Mar. 1, 2014 from Josh and Jody Oakes

Great park. And great campground!! We stay during elk hunting season

Feb. 17, 2014 from chris kendrick

Love your park it is beautiful and the prices are so reasonable. My family and I will be there...

Aug. 12, 2013 from Megan Neer

I knew as soon as I saw Cutsforth Park that I loved it! Friendly staff, full hook-ups, in the...

Jun. 21, 2013 from Jeanette Cusic

No question. Just want update emails as to make them. Long time elk hunters staying in Cutsforth...


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