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Sno-Park: Crystal Springs
Region: Blewett/I-90 Area
Sno-Park: Crystal Springs
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Lake Easton State Park
(509) 656-2230Emergency Contact Info:
Directions: 8 miles east of Snoqualmie Summit. I-90 Exit 62 to USFS Road 54 for 1 mile
Elevation: 2,400 ft
Trails: 1.) 54 / Stampede Pass
2.) 5484 / 332 / Dandy Pass
3.) 5480 / Lost Lake
4.) 5483 / Meadow Cr
5.) 41 / Tacoma Pass
6.) Easton Connector
7.) Crystal Springs
For buses and groups of 20 or more people, a Special Recreational Permit is required. Please contact Lake Easton State Park at (509) 656-2586. At least a two week notice is preferred.
Trail system 51 miles
Shared with non-motorized recreationists, sanitary facilities, scenic view point
** Please note that the section of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail east of USFS Rd 5400 to Easton is shared use (snowmobile, x-country ski, snowshoe and dog sled). Snowmobiler's need to use caution!
Snowmobile access is prohibited on the John Wayne Pioneer Trail west of Stampede Pass Road.
**Overnight camping and campfires are allowed at Crystal Springs Sno-Park. Campfires must be in a portable fire receptacle not to exceed three feet in diameter and must be at least six inches off the ground.
Sno-Park is open to all visitors during special events. Arrive early to secure a parking space. When parking lot is full, please proceed to the next Sno-Park.
Permits: Sno-Park Permit, Special Groomed Trails Permit sticker (required with a Seasonal Sno-Park Permit or snowmobile Sno-Park Permit when engaging in a non-motorized sport--see permit information)
Sno-Park Permit required on all vehicles during the season
Exception: From April 1 to 30, a Sno-Park Permit may or may not be required.
Please obey posted signs indicating whether a permit is needed. Contact the local agency listed for each Sno-Park for more information.
After periods of extreme weather, work crews may be on trails during the day to clear debris or drifts. Please exercise caution.
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Groomer: R&R Grooming
Grooming reports are updated when trail grooming information is provided. Reports are posted at 9:00 a.m, noon, 3:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Reports are posted at 8:00am and 10:00am on Saturdays. No updates on Sundays or holidays.
Schedule is subject to change.
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
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