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Great Meadow Sno-Park

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About This Campground

The Great Meadows Sno-Park is for summer and winter recreation. In the winter, you'll find over 165 miles of groomed trails for snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.  Food and lodging are available at Lake of the Woods and Fish Lake resorts. From the Sno-Park, there are scenic…

Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • Standard (Tent/RV)
  • Dispersed

Features

For Campers

  • ADA Access
  • Trash
  • Phone Service
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol
  • Pets

For Vehicles

  • Max Length: 50 ft.

Access

  • Drive In
    Park next to your campsite
  • Walk In
    Park in a lot, walk to your campsite
  • Hike In
    Hike a trail to your campsite

Reviews

2 Reviews of Great Meadow Sno-Park

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Sara A.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 13, 2020

Not bad for a free site

We ended up here because we couldn’t get a spot at any of the campgrounds nearby. Sounds like that’s a pretty common problem in the area, so I would recommend it in a pinch. PROS: free, plenty of space, overlooks a pretty meadow, nice trail CONS: next to the road, felt a little exposed, extremely…

Jamie F.
Reviewed Aug. 29, 2019

Parking, bathrooms, seasonal trails

There is no camping here, its strictly a parking lot used for bathroom use, rest area, or use of seasonal trails. If you use the trails and leave your vehicle for a long period, you must have a permit otherwise an officer will give you a ticket. There is an area to let pets out off leash and…

Location

Great Meadow Sno-Park is located in Oregon

Directions

Great Meadows Sno-Park is located 35 minutes west of Klamath Falls, OR. From Klamath Falls, OR take Oregon Highway 140 west towards Medford, Oregon for approximately 32 miles and the sno-park is on the left side of the road. Great Meadows Sno-Park is located one hour east of Medford, Oregon. From Medford, OR take Oregon Highway 140 east towards Klamath Falls, OR, for approximately 45 miles and the sno-park is on the right side of the road.  

Coordinates

42.39678517 N
122.19607482 W

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About This Campground

The Great Meadows Sno-Park is for summer and winter recreation. In the winter, you'll find over 165 miles of groomed trails for snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.  Food and lodging are available at Lake of the Woods and Fish Lake resorts. From the Sno-Park, there are scenic views of Mt. McLoughlin to the north.  Great Meadows Sno-Park is located 35 minutes west of Klamath Falls, Oregon. It was specifically designed as a Sno-Park with land from a construction phase in the 1940’s. Today the expansive 1.5 acre parking lot accommodates up to 50 vehicles with trailers in the winter, making it an ideal destination for snowmobiling.  Great Meadows lies adjacent to a swath of meadow land. Blanketed with 3-5 feet of snow every winter, the meadow attracts kite boarders, cross country skiers, and families with young snowmobile drivers just learning. The trailhead is a jumping off point to trails within Mountain Lakes Wilderness (no snowmobiles are allowed in Wilderness) to the southeast, and connects to the family trail loop to Lake of the Woods Resort. Snowmobilers can cruise from Great Meadows to Diamond Lake and connect with a network of trails that crisscross Southern Oregon. The snowmobile trails around Great Meadows are well-maintained. In a typical winter, 150-250 miles of trails are groomed every week. Douglas, Red Shasta, White firs and lodgepole pines shadow the trails around the meadow, with a sprinkling of aspen trees on the west end.  Although Great Meadows Sno Park attracts winter sports enthusiasts, it is open year round and presents birding and other recreational opportunities. Snow fall varies every year, but usually the Sno-Park is ready for use mid-November to mid-December through early March. There is no potable water. Visitors need to bring plenty of water.

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