Sno-Park: Orr Creek, WA

US Forest Service

Sno-Park: Orr Creek

In a mature and varied forest setting interspersed with mountain meadows and geographic features, this park is near the Mt. Adams Wilderness. Here visitors will find access to trails leading to remote...[more]



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Orr Creek may be reached from Interstate 5 travelling east on US Highway 12 to Randle, Washington. Head south on Highway 131 (Cispus Road) to Forest Road 23 to Forest Road 21, to Forest Road 56, to Forest Road 5603. Orr Creek Sno*Park is 26 miles from Randle. You will encounter paved roads, chip-sealed roads and a short section of gravel. Forest Road 23 is plowed by Lewis County to the junction with Forest Road 28. The rest of the road system to Orr Creek is plowed by the Forest Service, using funds provided through the State Parks and Recreation Commission (from Sno*Park permits). Roads are normally plowed prior to the weekend and as needed during the week.

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