November 7, 2022 Update: Sno-Park Passes are here (Arnold store only).
Day Pass – $15
Season Pass – $40
For additional information about California Sno-Parks contact the Sno-Park Hotline at (916) 324-1222
A Sno-Park is a snow-cleared parking lot with sanitation facilities and access to snowplay areas, snowshoe trails, and snowmobile trails. Four of California’s twenty parks are located within 30 to 45 minutes from SNAC. A Sno-Park permit is required for each vehicle parked at a Sno-Park site from November 1st through May 30th.
|SNO-PARK PASS||Per Vehicle (not person)|
|Season Pass (Nov-May)||$40|
SPICER (Calaveras County)
Located on Hwy 4, 44 miles east of Angels Camp at Spicer Road. About 25 minutes past SNAC Arnold on the right hand side of the highway. Features: Good snowplay; great snowshoeing and touring trails. Groomed snowmobile trails. Capacity: 40 cars. Contact USFS: 209.795.1381
LAKE ALPINE (Alpine County)
Located on Hwy 4, 50 miles east of Angels Camp, just past turn-off to Bear Valley Mountain Resort. About 40 minutes past SNAC Arnold. Features: Excellent cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Groomed snowmobile trails. Good snow play; no sledding slope. Capacity: 35 cars. Crowded on weekends. Contact USFS: 209.795.1381
ROUND VALLEY (Calaveras County)
Located on Hwy 207, 50 miles east of Angels Camp, 1/4 mile after the junction with hwy 4 (right hand side). Features: Giant hills for sledding; great snowshoeing and backcountry skiing/boarding. No Snowmobiles! Capacity: 25 cars. Contact USFS: 209.795.138
HIGHWAY 108 (Tuolumne County) – Note: SNAC Sonora does NOT sell Sno-Park Permits.
Located on Hwy 108 at winter closure gate, 6 miles past Strawberry. About 40 minutes past SNAC Sonora. Features: Snowplay and groomed snowmobile trails. Some overnight parking. Capacity: 30 cars. Contact USFS: 209.965.3434