Summit at Snoqualmie

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1001 State Route 906, Snoqualmie Pass, WA, 98068

Living the #vanlife or interested in a night or weekend of fun? We have designated overnight parking areas during the summer season for RV's, campers, and vans, plus a thriving, friendly community of overnighters. Bring your friends and family to the mountain and stay overnight in our designated overnight parking areas during the summer for RV's, vans, and trailers at Silver Fir Mountain Biking Park. The overnight parking is in the lot across the 906 from Silver Fir Lodge.

Open Dates: June 27 to May 2

Last Updated: 07/17/2023

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Quiet Hours

Quiet time is 11PM to 8AM. No loud music may be played at any time and no music during quiet time.

Reservation Confirmation

Printed confirmation of reservation required and will be verified on site.

Parking Locations

Designated summer overnight parking is in the parking lot across the 906 from Silver Fir Lodge.

RV Parking Policy

Spot saving is not allowed. Each space is allowed 1 RV and 1 additional vehicle. The pull vehicle is considered part of the RV. The RV owner must register the additional vehicle in at time of on-line registration. RV’s must be backed-in around the perimeter of the lot and parked uniformly and as close together as possible. No RV’s will be allowed in the center of the lot.

Alcohol Policy

All alcohol must be kept inside your RV. Washington State Law dictates that without a proper license. Alcohol is prohibited in any public place per RCW 66.04.010-23 & RCW 66.44.100.

Fire Rules

No campfires, burn barrels, fire pits, or fireworks are allowed at any time. Propane heaters and barbecue may be used until 11PM.

Tubes and Sledding Devices

Tubes and sledding devices of any kind are prohibited on any property under the control of the ski area.

Respect and Courtesy

Be respectful of others staying in the lot. No profanity or unruly behavior.

Pet Policy

All pets must be on a leash, in a kennel, or inside the RV at all times. Owners may not allow their pet to negatively impact other guests. Pets may not be on any area of the ski hill or in any buildings. Owners are responsible for immediately cleaning-up after their pets. Dogs over 6 months old must have current proof of rabies vaccine on their collars.

Trash Policy

All trash generated during your stay must be picked up and taken with you when you leave.

1001 State Route 906, Snoqualmie Pass, WA, 98068
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Overnight RV parking is across the 906 from the Silver Fir Bike Park. No designated spots, park respectfully so that 20 rigs will be able to fit in.

Overall Rating: 4.0

Scott McBride

Reserved spots don't mean shit here. It was a little weird rolling in having my reserved spot taken, then taking another spot and who knows if that user is going to ask you to move. In the end it was all good. I got a spot no one knocked and the group of humans that make up the RV community here are super rad people.

Derek Punsalan

It doesn't seem like reserved spots is adhered to. If you have a reservation, expect to just find a spot. According to a call out to Snoqualmie Summit security, it's OK to park somewhere along the snow bank. I found it a little disappointing to see the longer trails spaced out the way they were. I spoke to one individual who said it was necessary to accommodate the slide outs. Otherwise, OK spot to park if you're planning to hit the slopes first thing the next morning. Note that snow plowing happens around 12AM. The RV parking spots are where the plow does its turn around so anticipate the beep beep beeping in the middle of the night. Ski runs opposite of the RV parking spots were not running the next day. Good to check if you're envisioning being able to park and walk over to the lifts nearby.