Lake Easton Sno-Park

Pass needed: Seasonal Sno-Park permit with the special grooming sticker, or a day pass.  See permit info here.

*Exit 70

*Parking spaces, 30

*Heated restrooms!

*Snow play, snowshoe on lightly used snowmobile trail.

*5k groomed ski trail

*NO DOGS on ski trail grooming.

*Groomed ski trail connecting to Crystal Springs Sno-Park via the Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail which is groomed by joint snowmobile and non-motorized funding and part of the snowmobile loop trail system from Monohan crossing to Crystal Springs. The portion of the Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail from the park to Frozen Toe Point (bridge) is not open to snowmobiles.


Fat tire bicycles are allowed on the groomed trails on a trial basis.  Riders - please make sure the trail is hardened. See fat bike activity page for information.


*Sno-Park managed by Lake Easton State Park

*Recorded message line: (509) 656-2230

Lake Easton is a quieter Sno-Park with great snow play opportunities and a nice winding groomed ski trail through the woods eventually passing by Yakima River viewpoints along the Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail.  This is a nice area to practice your skating as the hills are small and there are plenty of curves.

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created 2013 by volunteers with no budget and no authority.

Please direct Sno-Park program questions and issues to winter@parks.wa.gov.

WARNING – Recreating in the winter is inherently dangerous and can be deadly! There are many dangers including avalanches, hypothermia, route finding and getting stuck in the snow.

By accessing this page you acknowledge these dangers.

BE PREPARED before you leave home!

Conditions change quickly! It can be wet, sunny, or snowing all in the same hour.

During the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, continue to follow the latest guidance from local, state, and federal health officials. Avoid unnecessary risks that could impact first responders and stress medical resources.  Wear a mask when appropriate, practice social distancing, and consider recreating closer to home


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