Salt Creek Sno-Park

  

Approaching Salt Creek Sno-park on a snowy road

People on a snowy slope playing in snow on tubes and sleds

cross country skiing out of Salt Creek Sno-park

Currently, the site is lightly used and it is a good idea to check conditions before you go to ensure there is enough snow to play in.

Crossing the highway to the Fuji Creek Road (FS Rd 5894) leads the fit and prepared skier uphill (3 miles) into the Island and Birthday Lakes ski trail system and the Fuji Shelter, a three-sided structure with a wood stove, and a loft for overnight camping.

Facilities:

  • Vault toilet
  • No garbage service in winter; please pack it out.

At a Glance

Area Amenities: Toilets
Permit Info: Sno-Park Permit Required
Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Oakridge
Restroom: Vault toilet at Salt Creek Sno Park.
Information Center: Middle Fork Range District

General Information

Directions:

Salt Creek Sno-park is located adjacent to Salt Creek Falls Observation Site (closed in winter) at milepost 57 on Oregon Highway 58, 6 miles west of Willamette Pass and 21 miles east of Oakridge, OR.


Directions:

Salt Creek Sno-park is located adjacent to Salt Creek Falls Observation Site (closed in winter) at milepost 57 on Oregon Highway 58, 6 miles west of Willamette Pass and 21 miles east of Oakridge, OR.


General Notes:

National Weather Service Forecast

 


Activities


Winter Sports

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Sledding/Tubing

Recreation areas with activity Sledding/Tubing:

XC Skiing/Snowshoeing

Recreation areas with activity XC Skiing/Snowshoeing:

Amenities

Toilets Vault toilet at Salt Creek Sno-Park