Touchet Corral Sno-Park

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Summary


Touchet Corral Sno-Park is located off Forest Service Road 64.  Popular with snowmobilers, snowshoers and Nordic skiers, the facility has one double vault toilet.  As a multi-use facility, the snowmobile trails are maintained in partnership with the local clubs.  A Sno-Park permit is required from November through April and can be purchased through the state Department of Motor Vehicles or their vendors.  For ythe safety use Sno-Park areas and do not park along Forest Service Road 64.

{ Last know status: Open | Approximate size: Unknown Mile(s) | Last updated: June 18, 2020 }

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http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/umatilla/recarea/?recid=57061

Directions

From Dayton, Washington: Travel southeast on South 4th Street for 1.5 miles.  South 4th Street will then become North Touchet Road.  Travel on North Touchet Road for 18.9 miles (NOTE: North Touchet Road will become Forest Service Road 64 at the forest boundary).  Touchet Corral Sno-Park will be on ythe right.

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