Mark's Creek Sno-Park

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Mark's Creek Sno-Park

Mark's Creek Sno-Park is located off of Highway 26 and is a great location for enjoying the Central Oregon winter.  

The steep grade and elevation of the hill allow visitors to choose how much thrill they desire.  

For those that are not interested in sledding, there is a large communal fire ring near the trees at the base of the hill.  

Please try to use this location for your fire when you visit so that your recreational experience has less impact on the environment.  

Mark’s Creek Sled Hill is an ideal sno-park for anyone who prefers traveling on relatively well maintained roads, easy access, non-motorized winter recreation, and of course SLEDDING!

NOTE: Check the ODOT TripCheck camera at Ochoco Divide to guage how much snow is on the ground in the sno-park vicinity.

At a Glance

Reservations: This is a First Come, First Served facility.
Area Amenities: Toilets,Parking
Permit Info: All Sno-Parks on the Ochoco National Forest require a valid Oregon State Sno-Park Permit from November 15 through April 30.  Permits may be purchased in Prineville at the DMV Office and at Bi-Mart. When a Sno-Park Permit is purchased, the fees help pay for the road plowing that allows access to the Sno-Parks. Oregon also honors Sno-Park Permits from Idaho, Washington, and California. Please display a valid pass on the dashboard of your vehicle for the duration of your visit.  Thank you!
Restrictions: No motorized recreation is authorized in this Sno-Park. 
Closest Towns: Prineville, Oregon
Water: No
Restroom: Vault Toilet (1)
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Ochoco National Forest
3160 NE Third Street
Prineville, Oregon 97754
(541) 416-6500

General Information

Directions:

From Prineville, Oregon:

Head east on Highway 26 for 28 miles.

Mark's Creek Sled Hill is located on the right side of the highway before Bandit Springs and Ochoco Divide Sno-Parks. 


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Winter Sports

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Sledding/Tubing

This is the tallest and steepest sled hill available on the Ochoco National Forest and provides fun for sledders of all ages and experience levels!

Amenities

Toilets Vault Toilet (1)
Parking Parking is available in the parking lot, and can accommodate a variety of vehicle sizes.

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Location

 
  Latitude : 
44.480976

  Longitude : 
-120.404215

  Elevation : 
5000

 



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