Moulton Falls Letterbox LbNA # 6594
|Owner||Camp Fire Lady |
|Placed Date||Nov 28 2003|
|Found By||Bookworm (WA) |
|Last Update||Oct 21 2007 |
Terrain: Easy, slight incline, wooden bridges.
Find Time: 10-20 minutes
Moulton Falls County Park is a 387 acre park located at the confluence of the East Fork of the Lewis River and Big Tree Creek. It boasts two waterfalls and an arched bridge more than 3 stories high. Picnicking and restrooms are on site. Areas of interest include: volcanic rock formations from early lava flows, historic Indian meeting grounds, the Murphy Grade and a Swing Bridge on Big Tree Creek.
From the parking lot of Lucia Falls Park, drive East on Rock Creek/Lucia Falls Rd. 3.1 miles to Moulton Falls County Park.
Moulton Falls Letterbox:
From the parking lot head East over the traffic teeth to the path that follows along the road marked by wooden posts. (Please take small children by the hand in this area). Cross the wooden bridge and follow the trail staying to the left past the restrooms and continue straight and up the hill. Cross over the bridge and at the fork go right to the picnic area. Find the table with the "tribute" to NAWA. While standing and looking at the "tribute", look up at the fallen log. Here is where you will find the box. Please be kind and replace any bark hiding the box.
There is still one more box to find in this area: Chelatchie Prairie Railroad.