Miles of groomed trails await you on Ferry County Snowmobile Trails
“The first fall of snow is not only an event, it is a magical event”- J.B. Priestly
Ferry County Snowmobile Trails cover well over 100 miles of the back country. Once a foot or more of snow has fallen, the trails are groomed, and a notice is posted on the State Parks website. With the groomed trail networks, Sno-Parks with space to park a camper, as well as ample motel space in town and several good restaurants, this area is ideal for a family winter outing.[read more=”Read more” less=”Read less”]
Sno-Parks have ample parking space and restroom facilities. Staging areas at various other locations provide limited parking (no restroom facilities) without a Sno-Park permit.
Visitors to Washington state parks and state recreation lands managed by the Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources are required to display the Discover Pass on their vehicles. Exemption: If you have a current seasonal Sno-Park permit, you will not need to purchase a Discover Pass to use a designated Sno-Park between November 1 and March 31 for winter recreation activities. However, your Sno-Park permit may not be used to access other state recreation lands. Snowmobilers receive a free permit with registration of their snowmobile.[/read]
See the list of Ferry County Snowmobile Routes below for locations and details.
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