Historic DeMoss Springs Memorial Park on The Journey Through Time Scenic Byway on Highway 97 between Moro and Wasco serves travelers and local families. The DeMoss pioneer family settled nearby and platted a temperance town with streets named for poets and composers.
Visitors enjoy a shady, summer respite with picnic tables, public restrooms, historic structures and interpretive signs.
Open year-round, the RV Park adjacent to the Fairgrounds near Moro has 33 hook-ups with electricity, water and sewer, restroom/shower facilities, laundry facility, free Wi-Fi and cable TV including HBO. It is unique in that horse stalls and an arena are accessible to visitors.
Rates are $20 a night for 30 amp, $25 a night for 50 amp and $10 a night for dry camping or tents. Monthly and long-term rates are listed in the RV Park Rules and Information link below.
Directions: Highway 97 to the center of Moro. Turn east at the FAIRGROUNDS sign about a mile to the RV Park adjacent to the fairgrounds. Enter at the upper gate.
Sherman County Community Development Department
P.O. Box 381
Moro, OR 97039