Trillium Sno-Park

Mt Hood National Forest

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US-26 Government Camp, OR 97028 Official Website

GPS: 45.2861, -121.7284

Location submitted by: farfromordinary

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Overview of Trillium Sno-Park

Sno Park permit required November 1 - April 30.

Pad Type asphalt

Elevation 3,805 ft / 1,159 m

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Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 6/3/2020
AT&T 4G
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 6/3/2020
farfromordinary
farfromordinary
Boone, NC
73 reviews
“Great Overnight Spot”

Reviewed 6/3/2020

Days stayed: 1
RV Length: 34' (Class C)
Overall Rating

This was a backup location for us, as Trillium Airstrip Dispersed was closed due to Covid-19. Overnight parking is allowed here as indicated by the signs, but this location is busy due to the trailhead and the loop trail around Trillium Lake.

These Snoparks are operated by the Oregon Department of Transportation. I wasn't sure of the overnight parking status at Bunny Snopark, so I phoned the ranger at the ZigZag Ranger district and she informed me that she's also never heard of anyone being asked to leave, but she also wasn't sure.

White River Snopark is a few miles down the road, but it's a little busier due to the river (more like a creek).

So to sum this area up:
- Trillium Lake Snopark is great, but it's busy.
- Bunny Snopark is less trafficky, but kinda boring.
- White River Snopark is very large, has views, but more peopley.

Either way you have your pick of overnight stops!

There are a lot of trails in the area, and the town of Government Camp is super small. There's no dump or water anywhere around, other than Trillium Lake Campground, which was currently closed when we passed through due to Covid-19.

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AT&T 4G
Verizon 4G

farfromordinary would stay here again

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