Hadley Sno-Park is located on Forest Service Road 3360 about 35 minutes west of Paisley, Oregon. Over 75 miles of trails branch off from this Sno-Park, providing an opportunity for snowmobilers to cruise through towering ponderosa and lodge pole pines using orange markers as guides. Thanks to its high elevation at 7,100 feet, winter adventurers can find snow from early November through May.
The Sno-Park has a parking area with room for trailer turnaround, a vault toilet and disperse camping is allowed year round. The road to the Sno-Park is very windy and steep and maintained on an irregular schedule during the winter months, so a four-wheel drive vehicle and tire chains are a necessity. A snowmobile trail map is available at the Paisley Ranger District.
There is no potable water. Visitors need to bring plenty of water
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