Washington State Snow Play Sno-Parks
Designated areas are available for tubing and general snow play at Fields Spring Sno-Park, Lake Wenatchee Sno-Park, Hyak Sno-Park, Rose Springs Sno-Park and the Oldman Pass Sno-Park. In addition, tubing and general snow play are permitted in non-designated areas in many Sno-Parks and in state parks that are open in the winter. For safety's sake, snow players should stay off designated snowmobile and non-motorized sport trails. Ice skating is not available in any location. Due to the mild Washington climate, lakes do not freeze hard enough to permit safe skating.
There are more than 120 Sno-Parks (parking lots cleared of snow) available statewide during the winter. Approximately 80 of the Sno-Parks are designated primarily for snowmobiling. Click on the above map to find Sno-Park locations in specific regions. You will find directions to snowmobile Sno-Parks and trail reports updated regularly during the winter season.
PLEASE NOTE: Sno-Parks and trail reports are updated regularly during the winter season. Sno-Park and trail information may change without notice due to snow conditions, temperatures, equipment breakdowns, etc. For updates, please check the website regularly.
Maps are provided as general trail guides. If you find incorrect information, please notify the Winter Recreation Program at email@example.com.
If you would like to report on the condition of a particular Sno-Park or trail you visit, please
print and mail a completed On-Site Evaluation Form
to the Winter Recreation Program at:
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission
Attn: Winter Recreation Program
P.O. Box 42650
Olympia, WA 98504