Trash Clean Up at French Cabin Creek Camping Area
Bring water and snacks. The event ends at 1, and driving out of the forest takes about an hour, so you won't have access to other food until 2!
Wear long pants, close toed shoes, and weather-appropriate layers.
Join the Mountains to Sound Greenway and the USFS to celebrate National Public Lands Day with service! The French Cabin Creek dispersed camping area is very popular, and very deserving of a clean-up. Volunteers will park past the bridge by the kiosks on either side of the road. Be sure not to block access to camping spots! Meet your site lead at the two kiosks to the right of the road to check in and pick up the provided gloves, trash bags, and trash grabbers. You’ll spend your time beautifying the camping area by removing trash from sites on both sides of the river and dismantling rock fire rings. When you’re finished, leave your trash bags, gloves, and tools with the site lead at the kiosks where you checked in.