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Cross-country skiing and a whole lot more!
The Winter Recreation Program provides Sno-Parks, cleared parking areas for vehicles in
close proximity to groomed and/or backcountry trails. There are two types of Sno-Parks, those
for snowmobiles and those for non-motorized sports. A handful of Sno-Parks offer both types
Formerly called Cross-Country Ski Sno-Parks, this type of Sno-Park has changed its name to
reflect the variety of non-motorized sports presently occurring on the trails and in play areas
for skijoring, snowshoeing and inner-tubing.
Some non-motorized sports Sno-Parks have groomed trails and some have backcountry trails.
Groomed trails include a tracked trail and sometimes a skating lane.
Remember that Sno-Park plowing cannot be maintained without highway plowing. For this reason,
under certain weather conditions, some Sno-Parks may not be cleared for vehicle parking until the
highways have been cleared. Keep in mind it is against the law to park on highway interchanges.