Overview: Nestled in the beautiful Cascade Mountains near the historic town of Liberty, BLM's Liberty Recreation Site offers visitors an opportunity to camp near sparkling Williams Creek. Liberty is popular with visitors using the nearby U.S. Forest Service (USFS) lands and motorized trail system. Summer weekends are busy, with visitors filling most of the 15 campsites. Snow closes the gravel roads accessing the site, but the USFS trails near the area are popular for snowmobiles. Know Before You Go: The Liberty Recreation Site is open YEAR ROUND but snow will close access. The site has 15 campsites and two vault toilets. Please dispose all pet waste in trash receptacles. Hookups and potable water are not available. Please pack out all trash and leave no trace. Cellular phone reception is limited. Point of Interest: With the discovery of gold in nearby Swauk Creek, Liberty was one of several mining camps that sprang up in the 1870s. The town became Liberty in 1916 and it is the oldest mining town site in Washington State.
The guest is required to remove all human and pet waste from the site upon departure of a reservation unless these items are deposited in the provided toilet, sewage connection, and/or dump station. Respect all things and people. No unruly or illegal behavior. Leave site in the same or better condition than when you arrived.
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