Wanoga Snow Play Area Sno-Park
This increasingly favored sno-park provides access to both motorized and non-motorized dog-friendly trails, as well as opportunities for sledding and tubing. This is also a popular area for summer mountain biking.
A map of the nordic trails can be found here.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||June 6, 2022 - Trail Closure: Funner will be closed from Wanoga Sno-Park east to the junction with FSR 4613-050. FSR 4614 will also be closed between the junction with FSR 4614-400 north to the Cascade Lakes Highway. Closures will be in effect from 10 p.m. Sunday to Friday at 3 p.m. Access is open from 3 p.m. Friday to 10 p.m. Sunday. (See Map)|
|Permit Info:||Sno-Park Permit required November 1 - April 30.|
|Restrictions:||Dogs on leash in sno-parks and on the sledding hill. Snowmobiles are prohibited in the snow play area.|
General InformationGeneral Notes:
For more information call Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District Office:
From Bend, OR: Travel west on Cascade Lakes Highway (46) approx. 15 miles.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Access to many trails and roads south of the Cascade Lakes Highway.
Be sure to observe the established sledding safety guidelines and park according to posted directions. The lot is designed for diagonal parking in four rows (two rows each lobe of the lot) with a one-way center travel lane.
|Warming Shelters||In the snow play area next to the restroom is a warming shelter that is wired for electricity.|
View a map here. (PDF)
Access to over 180 miles of groomed snowmobile trails between Crescent Lake and Santiam Pass.
View a map here.
|Warming Shelters||There is a warming shelter between Wanoga and Three Creek Sno-Park The shelter was built and is operated by the Central Oregon Snowbusters and Sisters Sno-Go-Fers snowmobile clubs.|