Morrow County Off-Highway-Vehicle Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Adjacent to OR 207, this campground is the product of off-highway-vehicle (OHV) fees and the cooperative efforts of Morrow County and the Oregon Department of Parks and Recreation. At a 4,300-foot elevation, the park consists of rolling pine-clad hills covering 9,000 acres and webbed by 320 miles of trail. Ask at the welcome/registration center about purchasing a trail map. The park’s track system allows you to match your skill level with the selected route. Quads, dirt bikes, and 4×4s are all welcome. The good-size campsites are arranged in camp clusters radiating from the welcome center. Pines and open grass characterize the camps, with the group sites in an open gravel lot. OHV stickers are required on all off-highway vehicles. No campfires are permitted in the dry season."