Daily Sno-Park Permit
$20 Per Day
(does not require a special groomed sticker) Valid for 1, 2, or 3 consecutive days. The daily permit allows parking at any of the Washington State Sno-Parks on the dates identified on the permit.
Seasonal Sno-Park Non-Motorized Users
Seasonal Non Motorized Sno-Park Permit (valid at all sno-parks)
(cross country skiers, snow play, snow shoeing, dog mushing, fat-tire bicycles, etc.)
Valid for the entire Winter Recreation Season. This Permit is valid for parking at non-motorized Sno-Parks used for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, and other non-motorized winter recreation activities. This permit also may be used to park at a Snowmobile Sno-Park. Some Sno-Parks require a Special Groomed Sticker to be paired with the Seasonal Permit. See "Seasonal Special Groomed Sticker" below to learn where.
Seasonal Special Groomed Sticker
Valid for the Entire Winter Recreation season. This is to be paired with a Seasonal Sno-Park Permit (Non-Motorized or Motorized) and is invalid without. This permit is required for Non-Motorized users at Sno-Parks with high use, and/or special groomed trails. (Cabin Creek, Crystal Springs, Hyak, Lake Easton, Chiwawa, Lake Wenatchee, Nason Ridge, and Mount Spokane).
Seasonal Non Motorized Permit/Special Groomed Sticker Combo
With this purchase, you get both a "Seasonal Non Motorized Sno-Park Permit" and a "Seasonal Special Groomed Sticker". Required at 8 locations: Cabin Creek, Crystal Springs, Hyak, Lake Easton, Chiwawa, Lake Wenatchee, Nason Ridge, and Mount Spokane.
Seasonal Snowmobile Sno-Park Permit
Seasonal Snowmobile Sno-Park Permit (valid at all sno-parks)
(snowmobiles, snow bikes, fat-tire bicycles)
Valid for the entire winter recreation season. This permit is valid for parking at snowmobile Sno-Parks. It also may be used for parking at non-motorized Sno-Parks when enjoying non-motorized winter recreation activities (though any seasonal Sno-Park permit also requires a special groomed sticker at areas that require the special groomed sticker). If you are a WA resident, you can get a seasonal snowmobile permit at no cost when registering your snowmobile. You do not need to purchase a permit here.