Fairview Campground

Heppner, OR
Teddy R.
Teddy R.

Fairview Camp is drive-through loop off State Highway 207 offering five campsites and an accessible vault toilet. Two campsites directly across from the toilet are fully accessible. A free-flowing water fountain provides potable water from May to October. Remnants from a wildfire in the late 1980s can be seen along the egdes of this small campground. There is no garbage service, so please pack out all garbage and dispose of it at home. The campground is used primarily for hunting and OHV riding--its trailhead accesses 80 miles of OHV roads and trails on the Heppner Ranger District. Also, Morrow County OHV Park is only 6 miles north on State Highway 207 and offers over 200 miles of OHV marked and groomed trails. The main season of use is from late fall to early winter during big game hunting season. It also serves as an overflow camping site when Bull Prairie Lake Campground is at full capacity.


Amenities (Offered on site)

Toilet Available
Potable Water
Tents Allowed

Site Exclusive Activities (Offered on site)

OHV Trails


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This is not an actual reservation other campers are open to stay at this location.