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Are you seeking something to do, Morrow County has a variety of things to see and do.


Morrow County is rich in culture and agriculture history. The Morrow County Parks are located in the southern end of the county, but are a short drive to many of the diverse outdoor recreation opportunities that the area has to offer. Come explore Morrow County from the Northern Boarder on the Columbia River in Boardman & Irrigon to the vast wheat fields, rolling hills and museums in the Central portions of the County around Heppner, Lexington and Ione all the way to the Southern county line at the Morrow/Grant County Off-Highway Vehicle Park. There are great things to see and do through out the year.
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Wondering what to bring on your trip up the mountain?
Here are some things you should consider bringing:
-- Extra clothing/jackets prepare for all type of weather as it can change quickly.
-- Food/Water if in remote areas, potable water is available at all the County Parks.
-- Extra fuel if riding ATV's for extended periods of time. Closes gas station is approximately 50 miles away.
-- If camping in park, make reservation early to ensure you get a site, holidays fill up quickly.
-- Double check bringing enough camping gear and keys to trailer.

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So you decided to camp at one of the county parks, What are the options?
All three parks have unique qualities for outdoor recreation
here are some camping options that are available for guest:
-- Full hook-up RV sites (power, water and sewer)
-- Partial hook-up RV sites (power and water)
-- Water only hook-up RV sites (OHV Park)
-- Large Group sites (OHV Park - per unit fee)
-- Cabins of various styles
-- Dry RV sites
-- Tent sites
-- Playground area
-- Covered areas & BBQ's

How was it?

OHV Park

"This OHV park is off the beaten path, which in my mind adds to the experience. It has great facilities and friendly staff running the office. There is a resaraunt and a deputy sheriff onsite. This is a wonderful place for kids with lots of variety for the youngsters. Lots of double track a little bit of true single track. Great for a couple day get away with the kids."

-Timothy Reed, Google

First time camping at Anson Wright and loved it!

"This little campground we have over looked for many years. Decided to try it and was pleasantly surprised at how nice it is. The hosts were so very friendly, welcoming and accommodating. The sites are roomy and very clean. The park is so very quiet and relaxing. There is a little pond to fish at, lots of shade trees. Would highly recommend staying here."

-bsranch, TripAdvisor

Near perfect laid-back camping.

"We went camping in Oregon for a week to take in the Solar Eclipse and do some Rock Hounding. We reserved a campsite online, sight unseen. We arrived at the campground at 10 PM (way late), but the Campground Host was accommodating and got us situated for the night. We had water and power on our site. Good size Ponderosa Pine (hammock friendly spacing) were everywhere and the stars were so bright that they almost took your breath away. Over the course of our weeks stay (which cost us $138 for the week) we discovered that the campground was several degrees cooler than the surrounding area. There was a playground for children, yet they rode their bicycles around the campground without worrying about traffic. Even though there was extream fire danger, we were allowed to have small campfires in the provided "pits". There were flush toilets and free hot showers. No skunks or raccoons were around to "raid" the garbage cans and I only saw 3 yellow jackets for the whole week. However, we did have several deer come "visit" during daylight and darkness. There was no wi-fi, very spotty cell service and only one resturant within 7 miles."

-Bryan A, TripAdvisor

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