Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
No Drinking Water
About Walton Sno-Park

Walton Lake Sno-Park is located off of Forest Service Road 22 and provides access to a variety of winter activities.   There are two parking areas; the lower provides immediate access to the network of cross-country ski trails, and the larger upper area that provides immediate access to the warming hut and restroom.     The greatest concentration of snowmobile trails on the Ochoco National Forest can be accessed from the upper parking lot.     Additionally, there is a small hilly area next to the upper parking area that is good for sledding and tubing.   Walton Sno-Park is ideal for snowmobile enthusiasts, as well as anyone who is looking to participate in more than one kind of winter recreation and does not mind roads that are maintained less in the winter.   Be advised: Plowing of the FS 22 Road only occurs approximately once per week and there are few adequate places to turn around, so access may be difficult.  In addition, early season plowing extends outside the road bed to allow room for the snow that accumulates throughout the season, so please be aware and drive with caution.   View a map of Nordic ski trails at Walton Sno-Park .   View the Snowmobile Trail Map .

National Forest
Drive In
Hike In
No ADA Access
Alcohol Allowed
No Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
No Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
No Phone Service
No Picnic Table
Not Reservable
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
No Trash
No Water Hookups
No WiFi
Walton Sno-Park is located in Deschutes & Ochoco National Forests & Crooked River National Grassland in Oregon
44.438 N
-120.3227 W
Get Directions
From Prineville, Oregon: Travel approximately 15 miles east on Highway 26. Turn right at the junction to Walton Lake and Big Summit Prairie (County Road 123). Continue for approximately 8 miles to the junction of Forest Service Road 22 and Forest Service Road 42. Turn left onto Forest Service Road 22 and proceed approximately 7 miles to Walton Lake.   Walton Lake Campground will be on your left, but continue on Forest Service Road 22 for another 1/2 mile.   Walton Lake Sno-Park will be on your right.
1 Review of Walton Sno-Park
Lots of trails, lots of bees!

Came to check it out since we were camped nearby. There’s a vault toilet, some fire pits where obviously you can camp and looks like lots of snow mobile trails. There is also a pond of water too. I bet this place would be great in the winter. Watch out for the bees, they were thick!