Thousand Springs Sno-Park
Thousand Springs Trailhead provides year-round access. In the summer it provides access to the Prospect OHV Trail system, and in winter it allows access to snowmobile trails that connect to the Diamond Lake and Claude Lewis Sno-Park areas. Parking is available for approximately 40-50 vehicles. There are toilets, and a warming shelter with wood stove at the Sno-Park. The Sno-Park can be crowded, especially on holiday weekends. Water is NOT available.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
You must have a valid Sno–Park permit displayed near the lower left corner of the windshield of your vehicle if you park in a designated winter recreation parking area (Sno–Park) between November 1 and April 30. Visit website for chain and traction requirements as well as a Winter driving checklist.
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