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.
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.