Asahel Curtis Sno-Park, Exit 47
Pass needed: Seasonal Sno-Park permit or a day pass. See permit info here.
*I-90, Exit 47 (west of summit), see WSDOT cam photo -- it is the plowed road on the left. From Seattle, take Exit 47, turn left, go over freeway, turn right onto Denny Creek road and then veer right to Asahel Curtis picnic area road, USFS 9035. Sno-Park starts after the freeway interchange - it begins as you turn right onto Denny Creek road.
* about 60 spaces ? not sure. Park on only one side of the road. The Sno-Park is the plowed portion.
* NO Sani-cans, but there are 2 vault toilets available if the doors are not snowed in. Bring your shovel.
* snowshoe, some snow play
* dogs OK
*Sno-Park managed by USFS, Snoqualmie Ranger District
Asahel Curtis Picnic Area is a non-motorized funded Sno-Park, new this season! With the intense pressure for more parking for non-skiers, Denny Creek and its popular trek to Franklin Falls is accessible. The Denny Creek road becomes the winter trail.