Washington County Library’s Minecraft server provides a safe, friendly, community environment for Minecraft players to work together, build, and have fun. All you need to get started is a Minecraft account!

  1. Getting Started: Players
  2. Getting Started: Parents

How do I start playing on the WashCoLib Minecraft server?

  1. Purchase, download and install Minecraft on a computer. This is a Minecraft Java Edition server (available on PC only). If you don't have access to a paid Minecraft account, you can find more information below about using a free library account.
  2. Fill out the Minecraft Player Form to get your player name whitelisted to join our server.

Once your account is whitelisted, log in to the WashCoLib Minecraft server:

  • Select Multiplayer. 
  • Choose “Add server” to connect to the WashCoLib server.
  • Give the server a name and enter in the IP: WCL.serverminer.com. 
  • You should now see the WashCoLib server listed on your account. Click Join Server! 

What if I don't have a Minecraft account?

We have some public accounts you can use on a public computer at any WashCoLib branch. To use a library account, fill out the Public Minecraft Player Form, then ask a staff member to sign you into a public Minecraft account on one of our public computers.

What can I do on the WashCoLib Minecraft server?

  • Build and warp between survival and creative worlds.
  • Explore worlds with huge, detailed cities.
  • Claim some land and safely build something on your own for others to see.
  • Collaboratively build something great together.