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Spicer Sno-Park

The Dardenelles can be viewed from the Spicer Sno-Park. – Dick James Photography

Spicer Reservoir Road leads to some of the most popular summer recreation in the Stanislaus National Forest. In winter, the road is closed and at the entrance, you will find a snow-cleared parking lot with sanitation facilities and access to snow-play areas, snowshoe trails, and snowmobile trails.

A Sno-Park permit is required for each vehicle parked at a Sno-Park site from November 1st through May 30th. Located on Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway or Highway 4, 44 miles east of Angels Camp at Spicer Road. About 25 minutes past Arnold on the right hand side of the highway. Features: Good snow play; great snowshoeing and touring trails. Groomed snowmobile trails. Capacity: 40 cars.