Crawfish Sno-Park, WA

US Forest Service

Crawfish Sno-Park

This Sno-Park is open to mainly snowmobile traffic in the winter season. No toilet facility is available, although the Crawfish Lake Campground is .4 mile down the Forest Service #3000-100 road which ...[more]



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From Riverside, cross the Okanogan River on the Tunk Valley Road to the junction with County Road #9230. Take a left on County Road #9230 and drive for 18.5 miles to Forest Service Road #3000-100. County Road #9230 becomes Forest Service Road #30 at approximately 18 miles.

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