Gold Creek Pond Interpretive Site, WA

US Forest Service

Gold Creek Pond Interpretive Site

Provides access to: Gold Creek Pond Trail 1250, a barrier-free interpretive trail that loops around the pond, and a day use area with portable toilets, parking and picnic tables.



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Hyak exit #54 off I-90. Go north and turn right on Forest Service Road #4832 that parallels the north side of the freeway. Drive 1.0 mile, turn left on Gold Creek road #142 and turn left in 0.3 mile into the Gold Creek Pond parking lot.

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