A collection of day-use areas along scenic Highway 2.
Forks of the Sky is a State Park located in Washington. It is a collection of day-use areas along scenic Highway 2. they are close to the town of Index, Washington. Areas included the Skymish River, Raptor Point, Town Wall, Stimson Bullitt Climbing Preserve, and Mount Index. These unique locations of day-use areas are used for picnicking, hiking, and wildlife watching. Picnic areas have tables with nearby restrooms, and some of the picnic areas are underdeveloped. Picnic benches east of Index trails through alder and fern vegetation are available, and there is public water access also available at the highway crosses at the Skymish River at Big Eddy. Along these scenic views is a prime location to watch for wildlife in a beautiful natural habitat. Many of the day-use areas have hiking trails, too. Some are developed trails and some are underdeveloped, and there is a mixture of easy to hard difficulties of hiking on these paths. Hike through beautiful forests that have deep blue water winding through. There is also a wide-open area to view the stunning horizon. These locations provide the best wildlife sighting imaginable. One featured activity in the Forks of the Sky State Park is the Stimson Bullitt Climbing Preserve. This location provides rock climbers with courses that vary in levels of difficulty along with Town Wall formations. At Town Wall, the stunning view of Mt. Index provides a unique view. Parking areas are also available at all of the day-use areas. Forks of the Sky State Park is popular among many for the wide-open space and low volumes of crowds.