Fairview Camp is drive-through loop off State Highway 207 offers three campsites and a newly installed accessible vault toilet.
Remnants from a wildfire in the late 1980s can be seen along the egdes of this small campground. Two campsites provide accessible picnic tables and firepits and are located in an open pine and juniper stand. The third campsite is located in a shady draw with predominantly fir trees. There's also opportunities for dispersed camping along adjacent forest road 25.
Popular for all-terrain vehicle enthusiasts, Fairview campground's OHV 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.
At a Glance
11/14/2014: This campground is not maintained in the late fall and early spring. It may be covered with snow and/or not accessible from Oct-May.
The Fairview OHV trailhead located at the campground accesses 80 miles of OHV roads and trail on the Heppner Ranger District and is only 5 miles south of the Morrow County OHV Park which offers 200+ miles of OHV trail.
Picnic tables are available at this site for day use.
1 newly installed accessible vault
3 Tent/Trailer sites
The water system is generally turned on from Memorial Weekend to the end of October.