McCroskey State Park

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The rugged terrain and breathtaking views in Mary McCroskey State Park are best suited for those with a sturdy vehicle and an adventurous spirit.

Skyline Drive is an 18-mile long unimproved road that rises through dense cedar and Ponderosa pine forests to spectacular vistas of the rolling Palouse prairie. The road provides access to 32 miles of multi-purpose trails for mountain bikers, hikers, horseback riders and all-terrain vehicles. Trail maps are available on the website.

McCroskey State Park

Things To Know

  • Unlike most state parks there is no access fee here.
  • The park has nine developed campsites and primitive sites.  Roadside camping is permitted.
  • The road is not safe for large RVs or trailers and it may be too rough for your family car. High clearance vehicles are recommended.
  • Park roads are not maintained in the winter, so snow may block access to many areas.