Winter Fun–XC Ski Trails

Wyalusing State Park offers a 8.2 miles of cross-country ski trails for all levels of skiing abilities. All trails are accessible from the Astronomy Center Parking Lot. Skiing trails include the Turkey Hollow, Whitetail Meadows and Prairie trails. Cathedral Tree Drive affords the cross-country skier a beautiful view of the Mighty Mississippi.
Whitetail Meadows is groomed for traditional skiing.  Turkey Hollow is groomed for both traditional and skate-skiing.  The roadway to Henneger Point is groomed for skate-skiing and can only be accessed from Turkey Hollow Trail near the Homestead Picnic Shelter. 
Turkey Hollow is the more challenging of the trails.  White Tail Meadows is a good trail for beginners.  Please park in the Astronomy Center Parking lot ( located just past the park office) for access to all ski trails
All trails except the ski trails are available for winter hiking and snowshoeing. A frozen waterfall at Pictured Rock Cave awaits those brave enough to walk or snowshoe from the park office on Homestead Camp Road to Sugar Maple Nature Trail. Frozen waterfalls can also be found at Big Sand Cave and Little Sand Cave located on Sand Cave trail near the old park office.
The Park does not monitor ice conditions on the rivers. Be extremely cautious of ice conditions at all times.
Reminder – Park admission stickers are required on all vehicles entering the park.  If the office is not staffed, please self register at the park office.
Winter enthusiasts are invited out to the park to enjoy  the snow while it lasts.  Please no hiking or dogs on ski trails.