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The population was as of the census. Located just a few miles west of the main entrance to Mount Rainier National Park , it features numerous shops and accommodations for visitors. The surrounding mountains and narrow Nisqually River valley are heavily forested. Ashford was named for W. Ashford, who settled there in This region experiences warm but not hot and dry summers, with no average monthly temperatures above As of the census  of , there were people, households, and 56 families residing in the CDP.
The population density was There were housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the CDP was There were households out of which The average household size was 2. In the CDP, the population was spread out with The median age was 41 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on United States Geological Survey.
Verify when you contact them. From the south - US Route to milepost Turn north See image on Sandridge Road and drive 2. If you miss the first turn you have more chances before having to turn around with the next opportunity in about hundred feet.
Camp is on the left after Sandridge Road begins a turn to the right. Teanaway Campground Elev Stock users need to be feet minimum from the river! Stock not allowed at the river! The northeast corner is off to your left and adjacent to the road as you enter the campground. Water from the river or bring your own, no potable water available.
Highlines off the trees Using tree savers. Don't ruin it for others please. Use of weed free feed not just hay is encouraged but not required. Trails are rough - stock should be shod. Available USFS trails out of camp are: Default center is your destination. Choose other basemap types using the dropdown Map menu in the upper right. Interactive map showing USFS trails in the area. Map default center is on the camp.
Interactive map showing Bible Rock. Interactive map showing general route in. The campground is at the base. A view of the interactive maps linked above will give you an idea of the network. Follow State Route to milepost 6. From the east - Interstate 90 to exit 97 North Wenatchee - see image. At the end of the ramp turn right on to W University Way. Continue on US 97 for Turn left on to SR and continue 3. You'll see this sign before the intersection and yes, that is Mount Stuart peeking over the ridge.
An alternate route would be to follow State Route 10 to State Route but this is actually a bit longer than taking US Turn onto Teanaway Road and follow it for 7. Turn left onto the W Fork Teanaway Road and continue for 0. Stay straight and just beyond the "Y" on your left is the campground entrance.
Image of little Cheese Rock up on top of big Cheese Rock the sandstone rock standing above the campground just across the river. The Swiss cheese-like depressions on the surface of the rock are tafoni created by water-induced weathering. This sandstone formation and the others in the area are part of the Roslyn Formation and the sandstone is known as "slickrock" as it's comprised of sandstone and conglomerates.
Teanaway Campground sits on the former townsite of Casland. Casland was a company timber town founded in by the Cascade Lumber Company which evenually became Boise Cascade and lasted until about Intially logs were pulled out by horses. Then floating down the river took over until rail was put down old rail bed still visible if you know where to look. Trucks eventually took over and the rails were pulled up. Jpeg image of a newspaper article concerning the Casland lumber camp. An old map image of Casland.
There had been a children's camp on this site as well called Bible Rock Church Camp. It opened in as a camp for all children regardless of race, color, creed, social or material status making use of still standing lumber camp buildings. The camp had been founded by Teddy Leavitt who was also it's director. Twenty years later it was still in operation. Date of it's closure is probably when Teddy Leavitt passed away.
As of buildings were still there. Jpeg image of a newspaper article concerning Camp Illahee. Yet another childrens camp, Camp Illahee for it's namesake location in the Taneum was a bit further in the west fork and on the other side of the river over the still standing concrete bridge.
Camp Ilahee, a Camp Fire Girls camp, was constructed in Land was donated by Cascade Lumber Company. In the camp buildings were sold at auction. The land was given with the stipulation the camp would be open to both girls and boys. The camp had many structures approximately 12 A-Frame's, a cook shack and a gymnasium , even a swimming hole.
It's demise was due to lack of water rights and sewage septic permitting problems. For those wanting to explore, an old building's concrete slab is right on the river bank at Please remember - leave it as you found it. Do not remove any artifacts. An oral history of logging in the area.
Burke Lake Elev Dispersed camping in a gravel lot. Toilet Tie horses or highlines to trailers no trees for highlining. Weed free hay not required but recommended. Steel pipe stalls some feel they are not safe so choose to use hotwire 12 12X20 2 horses each. One picnic table close to the shop building One fire ring near the one picnic table Water spigots potable, one at the shop and one at the corrals Power outlet at the shop Bath and shower in the shop Practice LNT principles Pack it in - pack it out.
This includes your horse manure and hay. Shoes or boots are advised. Trails down to the water can be challenging. Less experienced riders and horses should stay up top. There are some roads in addition to the trails. Other users in the area such as fishermen, hikers and campers. Late spring into summer can be very hot. The area is breezy, especially at night. Use of weed free feed is encouraged but not required.
Interactive map showing WDFW land boundaries. Choose other basemap types including Topo using the dropdown Map menu in the upper right. Many user made trails so no need for a trail map. Interstate 90 to exit - George.
Head north on State Route for 5. Turn left onto "White Trail Road". Continue on this road for 3. Turn left and continue for another 1. Dave Bishop property, now managed by Port of Quincy. Turn left on to SR Follow SR 28 west to milepost Turn south on to White Trail Road.
Continue due west for 2. Turn left onto Ancient Lake Road and drive another 3. That intesection with the White Trail Road is 5. Approaching from East Wenatchee, the road intersection looks like this and has a right turn-only lane. Before the intersection you will see this sign. White Trail Road is on the right Coming west from downtown Quincy the intersection looks like this.
Prior to the intersection you will see this sign. The Channeled Scab lands in central Washington was created by repeated cataclysmic releases of water from Glacial Lake Missoula , years ago.
Most studies have focused on landforms formed during peak discharge estimated at ,, cfs. Potholes Coulee reveals not only peak discharge features eroded into bedrock, but a series of landforms created during the waning stages receding limb of the flood hydrograph of the final flood.
During the early waning flow the Coulee was completely filled with water and gravel to boulder size and sediment was deposited in megabars up to 3 km long and 1. The megabars are covered with megaripples with sediment sizes cm. As the flood waned a smaller volume of water only partially filled the Coulee, yet still had velocities capable of transporting boulders. This flow eroded a series of potholes into the megabars, alternating side to side down the valley in a thalweg pattern.
As this final flow waned to a relative trickle, 0. The modern hydrology was established in when a yearlong test of the West Canal of the Central Columbia Basin Project dumped water into the Coulee, creating a lake over 40 m deep, 1 km wide and 3 km long. In the following decade, the lake gradually evaporated, etching dozens of shorelines into the landscape.
By the lates, the net evaporation stopped, and balance by irrigation runoff from surrounding farms and the current ponds became established. Godman Guard Station Elev Access wilderness via West Butte Trail It features two bedrooms, a living area and kitchen. It is furnished with three bunk beds, two single beds, a couch and chair, and a table and chairs.
An outhouse is located close to the cabin. There are propane lights and heat throughout the cabin. Visitors must bring plenty of water for drinking, cooking and washing. A spring is nearby campground for stock and those who wish to treat and boil water for drinking. The complex is adjacent to a historic Civilian Conservation Corps campground.
Horseback riding and hiking trails into the wilderness are easily accessed from the cabin. Horses are allowed and may be tied near the cabin, and a barn about yards up the hill is available for use barn Google Maps link Winter access is by snowmobile, snowshoes or cross country skis.
A groomed snowmobile trail passes right by the cabin. From the barn up the hill from the cabin, expansive views of the wilderness can be seen. Rocky Mountain Elk, bighorn sheep, white-tailed and mule deer, black bears, cougars, coyotes and pine martens inhabit the region.
During the summer months, horseback riding or hiking in the wilderness are popular pastimes. Many trails descend into the rugged river canyons and offer an angler's paradise. The Godman Trailhead can be accessed from the cabin. In winter, campers enjoy snowmobiling on groomed trails, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. The cabin is 28 miles or a one-hour drive from Dayton. Groceries and fuel are available.
Horses are allowed at the barn approximately yards up the hill from the cabin. There is a picnic table and fire ring close to the cabin for outdoor dining. There is another structure on the site, a warming shelter used by the snowmobile club, which is not available to the public for rent. Godman Guard Station is available for rent year round.
Fees are used directly for the maintenance and preservation of the guard station. The maximum-length stay is fourteen consecutive nights. A "Primitive campsite" shall mean a campsite not provided with a flush comfort station nearby and which may not have any of the amenities of a standard campsite. See the park web link above for full information and fees at this park. See the Maps page for a Topographic map showing the trail.
Interactive map showing park boundaries. State Route 14 to milepost Turn right into the Equestrian Trailhead and camping, continuing 0. The State Route 14 intersection with Kueffler Road looks like this driving from the west. Coming from the east it looks like this. Note that the driveway in the foreground is the main entrance for the park.
Trails are often snow covered until mid-summer. Rough terrain, difficult river crossings, and drastic elevation changes have challenged many people with stock. Check trail conditions before you arrive.
Please keep stock animals at least yards from other campsites. Tie stock only at hitching rails. To camp at Three Lakes, you will need a wilderness permit , available at wilderness information centers and most ranger stations. Two individual, one group site. Party Size You may bring a maximum combination of 12 people and stock animals on the Pacific Crest Trail and a maximum of 5 head of stock on the Laughingwater Creek Trail.
Grazing In order to protect fragile native vegetation, stock animals must not graze in the park. Carry an adequate supply of pellet feed. To prevent the spread of alien plants and weeds, feed animals pellet feed for at least two days prior to entry into the park. Never dump or leave animal droppings in parking areas or along roadways.
Parking Stock trailer parking is available across the road from the trailhead at Laughingwater Creek Google Map link [ Google trail placement is wrong ] , State Route , milepost 5. The trail is at milepost 5. Two parking lots suitable for stock trailers are also available at Chinook Pass for access to the Pacific Crest Trail.
Reservation fees are non-refundable. There is no charge for Wilderness Camping Permits. One change may be made to a Wilderness Camping Reservation after it is confirmed at no additional fee, provided the change can be accommodated by the park. From an environmental document prepared for Seattle City Light in April , there are plans for the USFS to do mitigation work on these sites to better control wear and tear on vegetation.
Existing rock fire rings will be relocated and replaced with metal, more bear boxes added, along with other improvements such as new highlines. Stock water from the creek please practice LNT principals and do not take stock to the creek.
Access to Thunder Creek Trail across the main road from camp which leads to the Shedroof Divide Trail and other trails off of it feet gain in 5 miles with a foot dip along the way or feet per mile. Due to the dip the last stretch is even steeper with a gain of in about 1. A 40 to 45 degree slope.
Note that the Shedroof Cutoff Trail is another 1. Interactive map showing trails in the area. Click on trails for more information. Site 1 image 1, Site 1 image 2 Site 2 image 1, Site 2 image 2, site 2 image 3, site 2 image 4 Site 3 image 1, Site 3 image 2 site 4 and 5 images not worth posting Site 6 image 1, Site 6 image 2, site 6 image 3, site 6 image 4 Site 7 image 1 Driving Directions: From State Route 31 north of Metaline Falls, milepost Turn left onto National Forest Road 22 and drive another 5.
Turn left on to National Forest Road and drive approximately 6. Drive in to Lower Gypsy Meadow. The spur road into Upper Gypsy Meadow is said to be another 0. It is the spur shown on topographic maps. The meadow seen in satellite imagery is the upper meadow. The first spur is not visible due to trees. Driving north from Metaline Falls you will see this "intersection ahead" sign, and the intersection will look like this.
If driving south on State Route 31 you should see this "intersection ahead" sign and the intersection will look like this with this sign off to your right. March 13, atricle, Ellensburg Daily Record click image for larger version. Washington State Horsecamp Information. This page intended to be used with gps.
Several locations listed are currently unreacheable due to road damage. Please check road conditions. Silver Lake Park Camp Elev Each campsite is limited to one camping unit.
A camping unit is defined as one vehicle and tent or one vehicle and trailer or one recreational vehicle, with a maximum of eight people per campsite. Ample horse trailer parking areas are convenient to the stables. There are two covered kitchen shelters, located on the edge of small grassy areas at either end of the Horse Camp, which can be reserved by groups or individuals on a daily basis. A great place for club meetings or a central meeting place for large groups.
Call to make a reservation. State Route Mt Baker Highway to milepost Continue north on Silver Lake Road for 4. Road is to your left. Lily Lake Elev Interactive map showing roads and trails. Interstate 5 to exit , Lake Samish Road. Continue on Lake Samish Road northwest for 0.
Turn left and continue to the second right, Barrel Springs Lane and continue another another 0. Lizard Lake Elev Pioneer Horse Camp Elev A parking lot is the sum total of the facilities. A Recreation Pass is necessary for each vehicle parked at trailheads where required. Use of weed free feed is required.
NF Road 12 is permanently closed beyond this camp. Interactive map showing trails. State Route 20 to milepost Head north on Baker Lake Road for Turn left onto NF Road 12 and continue for another Turn left and follow the road to the parking area. Road gated at MP Road segment will be limited to maintenance of a Snotel site by Whatcom County.
Mazama Park Horse Camp Elev No campfires are allowed in the National Recreation Area. Camp at designated sites established for their use. This camp is on Bell Pass Trail See Maps page for Topographic maps showing trails.
Turn right onto Mosquito Lake Road and drive 4. Route finding skills required. Not suitable for stock use. A toilet, loading ramp and hitching rails are located at the parking area.
Non-potable water from the nearby creek. Passenger vehicles are prohibited from parking in the stock vehicle parking area from August 1 - October PDF showing the parking area.
Park Butte Trail Intereactive map showing trails. At 12 miles, turn left on Forest Service Road Stay to right and follow Road 13 for 5. The trailhead is located at the end of Road Baker Lake Elev No facilities other than toilets. A Northwest Forest Pass is required to park at the trailhead.
Within the park boundary the trail is Hiker Only. The trail does not go far and ends at foot elevation. A backcountry permit is required for overnight use in the park. Dogs are not allowed in the park. Party size is limited to 12 heartbeats. See Maps page for Topographic maps showing trails and camp location. There is a suspension bridge image with a Google Image link to others. Horses can use the Baker Lake Trail.
Be aware that water in the lake gets drawn down in the fall. Access to the lake itself is not available but stream water is available for the stock. Some sections of trail has cedar punchion. For those wishing a one-way trip along the lake you can park a rig at the south end or have someone pick you up.
If using this location in the late fall, call the Mt Baker Ranger District for current conditions. Actually it's a good idea to call for current trail conditions any time. Drive State Route 20 to milepost Continue on the Baker Lake Road for Les Hilde Trailhead Elev There are numerous highline posts, a few fire rings, restrooms, and a picnic shelter with tables. A dry camp with no potable water and a walk to a nearby stream 0.
Some history about Harry Osborne: GPS mapped trail system. Close to miles! Up the road just a bit more is a "Cowboy Campsite" which is a members only campground where you purchase a camp site in order to stay there. Interactive map showing DNR land boundaries.
Interstate 5 to exit Turn east and follow State Route 20 to milepost Turn north onto Ensley Road and continue 0. Turn right onto Hamilton Cemetery Road and continue east for 0.
Turn left onto Medford Road and continue for 1. There is a roundabout to negotiate in Sedro-Woolley. Les Schwab Store Ensley Road intersection with State Route 20 looks like this coming from the west Ensley Road to the left and like this coming from the east Ensley Road to the right at the end of the guardrail after passing underneath the trestle, a pipeline.
Littleton Horse Camp Elev Sites are reserved for stock till 6: Stock water only May-October Restroom: A Northwest Forest Pass is required for day use parking. Forest Service and the Back Country Horsemen volunteers Several camp sites are next to stock corrals. Combined Sites Tent or RV: Yes Group Tent Sites: None Group RV Sites: No Potable Water at Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: Parking aprons are gravel and will accommodate any size RV.
No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: See Maps page for a Topographic map showing the trail. US Route to milepost Road crosses the highway. There is water and limited access to electricity. Campers may picket, stake, highline, or use electric fenced areas. We can provide baled hay from our fields.
There are miles of logging roads, beaches within twenty minutes driving, and wildlife US Route milepost Follow State Route north for Turn west left onto State Route and continue for Turn left onto Hoko Ozette Road and continue for 9. Follow State Route for Hoh River Trail Elev varies Coordinates are to the Hoh River visitor center and trailhead. There are corrals at the Hoh visitor center.
If you plan to use them call the visitor center prior to your arrival. At the end of the road in, the first road to the right goes to the campground.
Stay on the main road and you will come to a big circular parking area. Stay to the right and drive to the far end where you will find a road marked "Residential Area". Take this road and stay to the right. The corrals are around the corner. Drive past the corrals to the service area which has a large turnaround area. On the far right is the stock ramp large log with a dirt ramp behind it.
A water tank and hitch rails are available. If you are staying overnight you can stay in the campground or dry camp at the corrals The NPS prefers you use the campground.
Sites on the backside of Loop B are next to the corrals. Restrooms and drinking water are in the campground. If the corrals are not available, there is a small campground on the left before the park boundary. Stock parties are required to camp in designated "Stock Sites". A hitch rail is provided at the Olympus Guard Station 9. As such the loop through Seven Lakes Basin via the High Divide narrow trails on steep hillsides into the Soleduck is not doable.
But there is another camp at Horsehead 3, foot elevation just before you reach the Soleduck River. The trail will be marked as being closed to stock and for good reason. Here is one It's called the Catwalk! Terrain drops steeply on either side of the trail. Another reason is that the trail ends abruptly and hikers must go cross-country.
There is a stock ramp and hitch rail available. No stock allowed beyond Martin Creek camp on the upper Hoh trail. Park approved bear canisters may be required. Stock users should be prepared to secure their own as well as any stock feed from bears and other wildlife. All food, garbage, and any scented such as toothpaste, deodorant, sunscreen should be stored in bear proof containers or panniers.
Animal feed must also be secured from wildlife. Wilderness Camping Permit Required: For the remainder, permits are available from staff at the trailhead visitor center. See "Reservations Needed" below. For reservations call the WIC at Permits for quota areas must be picked up at the WIC or a staffed ranger station during business hours.
Reservations can be made up to 30 days before your arrival. Fishing in the park: Follow the Upper Hoh Road for Nan-Sea Stables Elev 20 Web link Facebook Driving Directions: State Route Hoquiam to Ocean Shores, milepost Turn left onto State Route and continue south 1. Screamin Eagle Campground Elev 23 We offer a clean, safe place to enjoy your beach vacation!
Left onto Second Avenue and drive approx. Direct access to the beach. Parking is free for BCHW members day rides.
Call first Interactive map showing local state park boundaries. State Route to milepost Look for white 3-rail fence. Driveway is just north of Logan Road and on the opposite side of the highway.
Tunerville Campground The bridge heading in to camp is closed due to structural issues 0. There is a back way in but it's not suitable for towing stock trailers.
The camp is for now effectively cut off from stock users although other users are able to use the back door.. Not all the sites have picnic tables. There is one outhouse and portable toilet , 3 corrals, and one or two hitching posts. It is creek side, which is the only water available.
There are trails, but they are un-designated and could be in poor condition. Adjacent Rayonier lands are accessible with a pass during hunting season. Friends of Tunerville see link above are working to try and get access all year. See map showing Rayonier lands in relation to camp camp in lower right corner. Web link with information on accessing Rayonier timberlands. State Route 4 to milepost 8. Continue on Road for 2.
Continue on Road for 1. Alternatively - State Route 4 to milepost Turn north onto East Deep River Road and continue for 1. Continue on West Deep River Road for 3. Continue north past the "Y" on Salmon Creek Road for 0. Lake Lodge Bed and Barn Elev 26 For your horses, clean 12'x12' box stalls with rubber mats, ten acres of irrigated pasture and paddocks are also available. You are responsible for feed and for cleaning up after your horses daily. Web link Use of weed free feed is dependant on the landowner.
State Route milepost 7. Driveway looks like this. Le Bar Elev First come, first served Campground is reserved for stock users only Fees: No more than 8 people per campsite. Maximum stay is 14 days. Pets must be leashed. Trailers and RV's 28' max. Shelton, WA 24 miles No Water! Closest water for human and horse is Brown Creek Campground users will notice a hand pump but no pump handle. Well quit shortly after being drilled. Stock water can also be obtained from Le Bar Creek which is down the slope from camp.
Vault Toilet 1 Operated By: Forest Service Thirteen campsites will accommodate a horse trailer and camper with room to hitch horses to a highline near each camp unit. Hitch rails at each site. Large evergreen conifers and hardwoods provide lots of shade at this campground. Highline posts and cable provided. Table and fire ring with grill at each site. Two sites have an additional bench. All have pads for tents.
Seven sites have pull-through access. Day use area includes a covered shelter with four tables inside and fire rings adjacent to it. USFS web link Use of weed free feed is required. Upper trail becomes a way trail at the park boundary and no stock is allowed beyond that point. Turn onto Govey Road and follow it for 1. Turn right onto NF Road 23 and drive 7. Le Bar Horse Camp is located 0. Two gates access the camp with a narrow road going through the camp.
If you miss the first gate you have another chance. The Skokomish Valley Road intersection looks like this road on the left coming from Shelton and like this coming from Port Angeles road on the right.
Also see Laney Horse Camp upriver Historical note: Govey Road is named for Camp Govey. You will pass a sign on your right which states the location was the site of Camp Govey, a Simpson Timber Company logging camp.
Govey, who rose from skid-greaser to financial vice-president in a 50 year career with Simpson Timber. The camp was located near the site of old Camp Three.
It was a commuter camp, without homes or bunkhouses. The camp was dedicated in and ran until when it was decommissioned. Trees cut by crews here became spars for Old Ironsides, the USS Constitution, which has undergone multiple restorations over the years. This would have been for the restoration Image of her under sail. Le Bar Horse Camp was dedicated in , having been constructed by xxxxxxxxx. Green Mountain Horse Camp Elev Stock water is available at the corrals Two rows of seven seperated by an aisle plus another two seperate.
Toilets, hitch rails, picnic tables and fire rings or grates. Highline off trees using tree savers. Five toilets, picnic shelter, one group site. Most sites can hold two rigs, some can hold more. DNR map of the forest Access to 30 plus miles of multi-use trails.
East and West enlarged maps. WACMO trail map wacmo. All other times access to the camp for camping would be to park at Gold Creek Trailhead or Wildcat Trailhead and ride to the campground.
Most horse use is out of Gold Creek Trailhead. If drive in access is available see above paragraph - State Route 3 to milepost Exit State Route 3 and head south 0. Turn right and go 0. Continue on Northlake Way NW for 1. Turn left onto Seabeck Highway and continue 3. Continue west on Holly Road for 2. Turn left and drive another 0. At Shelton take State Route 3 north to Belfair.
Continue north approximately 3. Turn right on "Gold Creek Rd W". Turn left onto Seabeck Highway NW and continue for 2. Turn right onto NW Holly Road and continue another 4. Turn left onto Gold Creek Road and the trailhead will be on your left in 1.
Wildcat trailhead - State Route 3 milepost Turn left onto NW Holly and continue 1. Tahuya River Horse Camp Elev Each year more than , motorized recreationists and 50, non-motorized recreationists visit the forest.
Campground closed to motorized vehicles on certain dates of the year. See status link above. All sites have fire rings and picnic tables.
One site is ADA compliant, with a level site and a concrete pad. Corrals no concrete floors , water pump. DNR forest map East and West enlarged maps. You will now be at a Y. Keep right and drive another 0. State Route 3 at the State Route intersection looks like this if going north turn left onto State Route Southbound it looks like this turn right.
The end of State Route at milepost 3. Quilcene Elev varies Coordinates are to the Upper trailhead. Bark Shanty Camp is at mile 2. Grades on this section of trail are up to 10 to 15 percent. Facilities at the trailhead include: The trailhead for the Upper Big Quilcene Trail There are multiple camping opportunities on this section of trail.
Marmot Pass and the junction with Tubal Cain trail is at mile 5. The maximum grade on this section of the trail is 30 percent. The trail connects to the Upper Dungeness Trail Facilities at the trailhead are: Elevations are as follows: Use existing campsites when possible and camp at least feet from water sources.
Treat all water from streams before drinking. Pack out what you pack in. Camp Jolly camp size has been reduces to tent spaces due to large trees having come down. Ten Mile shelter has room for several tents and is a pretty spot. Shelter Rock has room for a dozen tents. Turn west onto Penny Creek Road and follow it for 1 mile, keeping left at the "Y". Turn left onto NF Road and continue 0. Approaching the intersection you will see this sign.
Driving north the intersection looks like this with this sign in advance of the intersection. Fall Creek Campground Elev Stock sites reserved up to 6 pm on Friday. After that they will be released for use by non-stock campers if the campground is full. It is suggested you come a few days before and talk with the camp host who will make an effort to reserve you a site. Map of the forest Georeferenced version for your smartphone downloading instructions 8 sites dedicated for stock use Drinking water Restrooms corral use tree protectors to make highlines In the day use parking lot - hitch rails, loading ramp, highline poles, manure bin Easy trail access Forest stream setting Maximum stay length at campgrounds is 7 days every days Capitol Forest open to horses May 1st to November 30th Pets are allowed on department-managed lands, except in areas that are closed to pets or animals for the protection of wildlife, sensitive natural systems, special cultural areas, or for other purposes.
All pets must be on leash. If pets are accompanying livestock, they can be off leash but must be voice controlled NOTE: Camping outside of designated campsites is not allowed. Campgrounds brochure older document Use of weed free feed is encouraged but not required. From Littlerock head west on th Avenue SW for 0. Continue on Waddell Creek Road for 4. Continue on C-Line for 0. The camp is on the right in feet. Littlerock is accessible off Interstate 5 at exit 95, Maytown.
Continue straight onto th Avenue SW. Margaret McKenny Campground Elev Map of the forest Georeferenced version for your smartphone downloading instructions 24 sites 6 dedicated for stock use Drinking water Restrooms camp host use tree protectors to make highlines In the day use parking lot - hitch rails, loading ramp, highline poles, manure bin Easy trail access Forest stream setting Group fire circle Maximum stay length at campgrounds is 7 days every days Capitol Forest open to horses May 1st to November 30th Pets are allowed on department-managed lands, except in areas that are closed to pets or animals for the protection of wildlife, sensitive natural systems, special cultural areas, or for other purposes.
This campground is shown on topographic maps by the name of Margaret McKenney. DNR's official name for it looses the second "e". Mapmakers have been known to make mistakes and place names can change.
Continue on Waddell Creek Road for 2. Margaret McKenny was a noted Olympia environmentalist. The purpose of this group was to preserve the Nisqually Delta from any industrial use, including the establishment of a deep-water port.
McKenny was an author, educator and conservationist and was widely known as a great naturalist. After her death others rallied to the cause of protecting the delta. He spent the rest of his life in Olympia where he was active in real estate and the school system.
McKenny was also president of the Olympia and Tenino Railway Company, president of the Olympia Hotel Company, and briefly was the president of the state hospital for the insane now Western State Hospital. Mima Falls Campground Converted to "parking only" January Due to tree root issues trees removed , there is a minimum of tree cover.
All other trails closed during winter months. Turn right and drive west-northwest for 0. Turn right and continue 0. Mima station is ten miles west of Tenino, between Littlerock and Gate. The station was established in by the Northern Pacific Railroad Company.
There is no recorded plat pertaining to Mima, except a plat of the Mima Garden Tracts by William Fisher et al, which was filed on February 11, [? A post office called Mima Prairie was established on February 8, and closed on December 1, This post office moved from place to place during its years of existence. The post office of Mima was established on January 13, and closed in July 15, and the mail was sent to Gate.
The line between Belmore and Gate has been rail-banked. Harrison, S e n r. William Harrison,fortheprevious years, paid tax on acres and this year pai d t a x onacres.
In the tax records for , William Harrison Senr. In the tax records, Mary and Henry are still paying tax and William J r. In the tax records, Mary is deceased and disappears, Henry is paying tax on acres a n d William Jr. There also appears a notation for another Will i a m Harrison Jr. In the tax records, Henry is paying tax on acres and William Jr. The other notation now says William Harrison "Sr. This last William passed away ca. In the tax records, Henry is paying tax on 50 and 85acres.
Rebecca Harrison now appears William's wife is named Rebecca and she is paying taxes on, and acres. His name d o e s not appear in the deed books or land tax records for Sussex County.
Will Book "C", Sussex Co. Glaister Hunnicutt, will written 13April , prove d 1 8 Oct Free six slaves thru the monthly meeting They were Quakers.
Son, Pleasants Hunnicutt, half of my land. Son Glaister Hunnicutt the other half of my land. Wife Jane Hunnicutt and children not named.
Wife not named and my five youngest children not named. My two youngest sons, Henry Underhill and John Underhill. John Mason , J r. Account of the estate of Henry Underhill, decd. W illiam Latchwell" for teaching my brothers in Mary Ann Underhill for u s e o f t he estate and cash to buy wine for son John Underhill in Sell t h e C o llege tenament that I live on for the supportofmyfamily. In Will Book "D", p. Son Thomas Moss the rest of my estate. The following deed is found in Sussex County, Virginia, deed book 4 Jul Witnesseth that whereas by a deed of trust made by Wm.
The deed goes on to s a y t h e children give and confirm the dower that William Harrison has left to her, his wife Ma r y. Wynne, James Barker, Thos. At death of Elizabeth, negroes go to Nephew Charles Potts. Saddle t o Patsey Parsons. She is the daughter of Henry and Mary Underhill. At her confirmation, her godparents are Henry Moss, Jr. I n the tax records, Richard is missing andthereisa notation in the records tha t " w if e Polly sells land toIsaacBendall. Deed Book J, p.
Mas o nwhow as executor of John Mason, Decd. There is no indication why the land was sold for a dollar. RichardHarrisonwas deceas e d b y t he time the land tax records wereconstitutedfor theyear Harrison ' s E x ecutrix Note: To the worshipful court of Sussex County insitting,humblycomplaining, sho w s t o y ou your orator John Harrison ofSussexCountythat William Harrison, late of Sussex Co u nty , f ather ofyourorator,some considerable time before his death, made his will anddirec t ed th ewriter of it, a most respectable gentleman to bequeath toyouroratorsundry negroe s b u t fr om haste or forgetfulness the bequestwasomittedto be inserted in the will.
Th a t a ccor dingly a deed of gift was executedconveying toyourorator a negro woman Lucy and h e r ch il d and her andtheirfutureincrease. That this deed was [de]posited in the desk of t h egen tlemanwho wrote the will but has since been lost or misplaced sothatourorator canno t e xhib i t it at this time before the court, but hewillbeable to prove the contents of it d ist inct l y and clearly. Youroratorhere [esc]hews to the court, that he is a most unfortunat e h uma nbeing.
That his natural infirmities are so great and deplorable as tocuthimoff fro m m o s t of the enjoyments of life and to preventhimfromprocuring the means of livelihood b y [ h i s own] exertions. Thatthis,his delicate and lamentable condition, melted the hear t o f h isfatherwith pity and tender. That your or a t o r [fre]quently applied to WilliamHarrison,exor William Harrison of the said Willi a m H a rrison [no]wdeceasedanddemanded of him the said negro woman and her chidren, under th e aforesaid deed of gift.
But now so it is may it please the court,thesaidWiliam Harriso n e x o r as aforesaid who is prayed to bemadea[defe]ndant to this bill of complaint ha s ref u s [ed] [to]delivertheaforesaid negroes to your orator on various frivolouspretenses.
I n tender whereof and in as much as your orator isremedie[d]thepremises, save in a co u r t o f equity where fraud isenquired into,andlost deeds are carried effect, to the e n d t herefore thatyourworships compell the said William Harrison to answertheforegoinga l l eg ations fully and truly and more especially set forthandsaywhether the father of your o r a to r did not direct the writer ofthiswillto bequeath Lucy and her children or some negr o e s t o youroratorandwhether that bequest was not omitted through mistake.
Tha t h e - - - that arethenames of thechildren of said Lucy and if she has had May itplea se t h e courtto decree that aforesaid negroes be delivered to youroratorand that thedeed o f g i f t which as been lost or misplaced maybereestablished.
Mayit please the court the pre mi s e s considered tograntto your orator suchother and further refief as may be consisten t w it hequity or justice [asthe ] case may require. May it please the courtthepremise s - - - t ogrant the commonwealth writ of supeona directed.
To the worshipful court of Sussex County in chancerysetting. Harrison who was Executor of William Harrison Se n r. This deponent being of lawfu l a ge an d sworn upon the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God deposes sayeth that he has reason t o believe from every information that John Harrison is several months older than himself who w s thirty two yearsold in the month of January last part. Further his deponent sayeth no t.
Unknown, Sussex County, Virginia; d. Will Book "F", p. Children not listed, owned11ormore slave s. Cary is the son of Richard and Betty Cotton. At his confirmation, hi s godparents are: Will Book "C", p. Thomas Cotton Will written 26 June,willproved 18 February 1 7 7 9. Son John Cotton, one shilling. Son Thomas Cotton, the college tenament whereon I now l i v e. Son Henry Co t t o n and his son, Thomas Cotton. Sons Thomas Cotton and Nathaniel Cotton.
John Adkins and Henry Parsons. Will Book "E" Sussex Co. Thomas Cotton; 8 May , proved5Jan Mary Croslin the rest of my estate. Brothers Nathaniel Cotton and Drury Cotton. Thomas Adkins and William Harrison. Son Carey Cotton and Archebald Cotton. Lawrence Smith and Jesse Ivey. Edmund is the son of Simon Stacey and wife Mary.
At his confirmation, his godparents a r e: E dmund Wright, Simon Stacey, Jr. Will written 12 Oct,proved2 Feb. In the marriage license, Francesis recognized as the daughter of Thomas Hobbs, deceased. Frederick Heathand John Lessenberry. Prince George County Miscellany, ,p. Neblett, Benjamin Harrison, Jr. Herbert and Peyton Harrison,Adm'rs.
Harris on , an infant, by Peyton Harrison, his guardian and next friend. I saw your inquiry reference Armstiead Hartwell and hewasmyggggrandfather. His so n J o h n A Hartwell is my side of kin. She was my grandmother on my fatherssid ebut s h e died before I was born. I have some informatiom I havefound ontheHartwell famil y t h a t I will be glad to share withyou.
As soon as Ihe a r f ro myou I'llmake a copy of what I have and e-mail it to you. Lookingforward tohearing from you. Marilyn Ham il t o n Henrietta, Texas. December 15, , Alton, Halifax Co. October 25, , Furman, Wilcox Co. Son of Richard and Betty Cotton. Sussex County, Will Book "F" , p. Noted as son of Harris and Deidamia Cotton, Godparents: An indenture dated 27 April is recorded in deed book J, p.
It was recorded on 5 August Harrison's l i n e. Sussex County Chancery Suit, Harrison's Execut o r , e t als. Bill of Complaint transcribed byGary M. The crucial document in a chancery proceeding is the pleading, called the bi l l o f complaint. This is the instrument which identified the heirs of a descendent and then atu r e of their kinship.
The above named suit was filed in the old Sussex County Court in January, by William Harrison who was the executor and son of William Harrison who died testate in Sussex County in and which suit was dismissed int he said court in Marcy, 18 1 7.
T he bill in this suit is particularly significant in that it identifies the daughter s o f one Richard Harrison of Prince George County, who, although he left a will dated 27 March ,1 78 1 , and probated 11 October, which is among the scant survivingpre records of t h a t county, it is a will which named only his wife, Rebecca, and seven sons: The bill filed in this suit provides considerable genealogical data on his daughters and their descendants.
The essential pleading of William Harrison argued that Alexander Harrison, his f a t h er's brother and co-executor of the estate of hisgrandfather, had failed to administer t hat estate properly. The will, which left specific devisals of real estate to the testator ' s sons, called for a division of the residue, which included all of Richard Harrison's heirs - a t- law.
There were six daughters of this Richard Harrison and three of them living in 1 8 0 6: The report of the master commissioner in chancery f iled among the papers of the suit identifies Nathaniel Hobbs as Ann's husbandand Paul Hart w e l l as Mary's Husband.
The three deceased daughters were Mason Avriss who married John Avriss , according to themaster commissioner's report , Joanna Gary and Eve Clark who married John Clark, who died testate in Sussex County in or about The bill identifies Mason Avriss' three children: The record also shows that Joan n a G a ry had seven children: Estate records in Sussex prove that Didyme Cotton also spelled as "Diadamia" married Harris Cotton, who died intestate around ,and that she subsequently married Richard Cook in Four children of Eve Clark are named: The will of William Harrison, Richard's son, which, asnotedwasfiled in Sus s e x i n , recorded n Will Book F at page,notesadditional grandchildren: To the worshipful court of Sussex County, sitting in Chancery - - H u m b ly complaining sheweth unto your worships, your orator William Harrison, executor of Wil l i a m Harrison, deceased, that RichardHarrison, formerly of Prince George County, father o f y our orator's testator, departed this life after having made his last will and testament, of which an attested copy is hereto annexed as part of this bill, in which after disposing o f h i s l ands, he directs that all the rest of his estate shall be equally divided amongst al l h i s for mer andl atter children, and whatsoever any of his children had received before from him is t o return to his estate in order to an equal distribution;only with the reserve tha t h i s son s Ishmael and Charles were to have one thousand pounds each for their deficiency i n t h e value of lands.
Of this will the said Richard appointed your orator's test a t or and Alexander Harrison the executors ,who both qualified as such. That at the sale o f t h e said Richard's personal estate, many of the legatees purchased more than their proportions - - some of whose bonds your orator as the representative of his testator still holds. Cocke of thirteen pounds, out of it - - and to account for the surplus of it.
But h e has never done the one or the other. Your orator will further state he has cause to fear that the said Alexander Harrison mismanaged and not invested a part of his testator's assets.
But he is advised that his testator is not answerable to legatees for the waste or misconduct of t he said Alexander and therefore he is extremely solicitous that an account be taken of t he act s and responsibility to feach executor. May i t pleas e, etc. George Keith Taylor for complainant. Williams, Clerk of the aforesaid Court, do hereby certify that the forego i n g i s a faithful transcription of the bill of complaint filed with the Clerk of the old Cou n t y Court in January in the chancery cause of Harrison's Executor, etc.
Harrison's Executor, etals, which cause was dismissed in the said County Court of Sussex County in March1 8 1 7 , and which bill of complaint is filed among the papers of said cause now lodged among the Loose Court Papers of Sussex County,Virginia, in File Given unde r m y hand and seal this12th day of September, Rebecca is the daughter of Henry and Mary Underhill. Atherconfirmation,her godparent s a r e: Daughter Sarah Vinson, wife ofAronVinson, andtheir living children.
Son, Nich o l a s Ogburn and his wife Anne Ogburn, the rest of my estate. LucyMassenburg and John Mason. Virginia, and died October 25, in Furman, Wilcox Co. Emma Pollard Robbins Oct. Sacred to the memory of Martha A. Palmer, wife of DabneyPalmeranddaughter of T. Simpson June 8, - Nov.
Watson, Luther Boardman Dec. Watson, Mary Gulley Dec. Viz, In the first place, I commend my soul unto Almighty God whogaveit,and my bod y t o t h e Earth to be buried in adecentChristian-likemanner. To my beloved wife JULIET PALMER, I will and bequeath mypresentresidenceincluding for t y a c res of land about the same together,withone-thirdpart of all my other property both r e a l a nd personalofwhatsoever kindbeside my two Negro women JINCY and LETHY which is nott o b e t aken intothe account of one-third as above-stated to have andtohold in her ownrigh t a n d u nder her own control during her naturallifeor widowhood butin the event of either t o r e tur n back as mycommonproperty and bedivided among my heirs at Law as herein after prov ide d.
My reason for making this bequest isthat Iconsider hehas been undutifu l t o m e a s a son and has damagedmeconsiderably by hisconduct,but desire and request afte r al l m y otherchildren has receivedthe sum of Four Thousand Dollars each hemayreceive an eq ua l sh ar e inthe remaining balance to be dividedamongthem. My will and request is that my children of the followingnamesshareequally in my estat e. My desire is that after my decease, a Negro boy by the name ofPATRICKmaybe sold on a cr e d i t of twelve months and the proceedsconverted tothebenefit of my estate by my executors.
My will and request that the property of my afflicted? In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed mysealthis16th Day o f M a y i n the year of our Lord One Thousandeight-hundredandforty-eight. An d, I do bythisadditionthereto nominate, constitute and appoint him as such.
In testimony where of I hereunto set my hand and affix my seal thedayandyear above writ t e n. Palmer, wife of Dabney Palmer and daughter of T. Viz, In the first place, I commend my soul unto Almighty God who gaveit,and my body t o t h e Earth to be buried in a decentChristian-likemanner. To my beloved wife JULIET PALMER, I will and bequeath my present residence including forty acres of land about the same together, with one-third part of all my other property both real and personal of whatsoever kind beside my two Negro women JINCY and LETHY which is not to be taken into the account of one-third as above-stated to have and to hold in her own right and under her own control during her natural lifeor widowhood but in the event of either to return back as my common property and be divided among my heirs at Law as herein after provided.
My reason for making this bequest is that I consider he has been undutiful to me as a son and has damaged me considerably by his conduct,but desire and request after all by of ther children has received the sum of Four Thousand Dollars each he may receive an equal share in the remaining balance to be divided among them. My will and request is that my children of the following names share equally in my estate. September 24, , Halifax County, Virginia; d. Among the other families most conspicuous in Monterey's earliest history, are the families of Billy Powell, who was the father of J.
There was a considerable amount of whisky sold at this placebeforethewar, and the village bore the reputation of being one of the rowdiest places in the whole section of the countr y.
Th is was caused from the fact that a great many of the young men, then living in the vicini ty of Monterey, would come over and get under the influence of whisky, and in this state, they o f te n had difficulties with persons in whose company they happened to be.
In those days, it was no uncommon thing for a man to be cut all to pieces in a fight at Monterey. However, there were not many lives lost compared to the number of fights. Horse-racing, cockfighting, and amusements of a similar nature, were frequently indulged in, and many hundreds were spent in gambling and betting. All this was done in the "flush times of Alabama," before the country was drained of its money by the war between the States.
The fight between Joe Yeldell and Dr. James Longmire threw adamperonrowdyism at Montere y , w hich lasted for some time. Longmire, and the latter was cle a re d in the courts forthedeed. The murder of Richard Hartsfield, by two slaves in ,createdmoreexcitement among the p e o ple of the surrounding country thananythingthatever happened at Monterey, before or since.
The following are the facts of the case: Richard Hartsfield wa a mechanic, and ranked high among the people who knew him as a man of honor and integrity, and was a first-class contractor.
He was born in the State of Georgia, April 28, , and was killed on the morning of February 10, He purchased two slaves, Simon and Lewis, from the Peaster Estate. These slaves soon began to hate their master, and accordingly began to make plots to kill him. Their plans were executed on a bright, frosty morning in February, Their master gave orders to have some hogs killed, which had been fattened in a pen near a spring, about two hundred yards from the residence.
Hartsfield came down to the spring to shoot the hogs for the Negroes, but found that the water was not hot enough to scald, and he began to stir up the fire around the cattle. While Hartsfield was stooping down , punching the fire, Lewis struck him with an axe, crushing his skull.
Simon struck him with a fencerail, andterminated his life immediately. One of the negroes then ran to the house , asked their mistress for their master's horse, telling hert hat the hogs had broken out of the pen and the horse was needed to get himback. The horse was saddled and brought to the spr ing. It was th intention of Simon and Lewis to put their dead master on thewildhorse, f ix one of his feet tightly in one stirrup, and turn thehorseloose, andsay that he was thrown and killed.
The animal was a fine,ambitious bay,and had only been managed by his master , and emphatically resisted allattempts to place the dead man upon him. The heartless murderers, failing in this part of their plot, smeared a small stump with blood, and dragged their master from it some distance, and left him lyingdead.
They then turned loose the enraged horse , which ran many miles,snorting and looking back as if pursued, and seemingly greatly frightened. They immediately informed their mistress of the death oftheir master,tellingher tha t h e w as thrown from his horse, and his foot was caught inonestirrup, and was dragged some distance before it wasreleased.
The frightened horse, with gloody saddle, stopping and snorting at every house on the road, and instantly galloping on, showed the people that something terrible had happened, and every man thus informed immediately repaired to the bloody scene. When the neighbors saw blood on Simon's shirt; that the hogs were never killed; that there was blood on the sddle;they immediately saw through the whole plot, and had themurderers arrested.
A f te r the burial of Mr.
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