Best Minecraft Whitelist Servers

Many Minecraft fans can relate to the fun associated with playing with others. However, these servers can get pretty crowded, which reduces the overall connectedness of the Minecraft community.

Whitelist servers help server administrators keep the players they want to allow into the severs while fencing off access to others. So, it is an essentially private Minecraft server. Whitelists ensure that there is little to no rude behavior, and the congestion is kept to a minimum.

Though whitelists are best used on self-hosted servers, they can also be leveraged on larger servers. If players hate the congestion of mega servers, that’s where finding a whitelist server would be necessary.


The server provides a Vanilla Minecraft experience that perhaps many purists want to enjoy. The server keeps everything as it originally should be as far as gameplay goes for all players.

Though the experience isn’t entirely vanilla, the server implements small quality of life improvements or additions mainly to ensure that players don’t mess with each other. Yes, there is no grieving, but there are also no spawn items. Preventing loss means that the server does not reset the world, which means a persistent world.

Creeper's Lab

It is a Canadian server that dates back to 2011, yes, the early days of these games. However, the server provides many different game modes, with active server staff ensuring that players’ are always accommodated.

All players need to be registered to get through the whitelist, but they also have a beginner-friendly server that you can log into to start playing right away.


The server is mainly inspired by the Hermitcraft community, similar to many other whitelist servers. However, this tight-knit server tends to keep things like hacking, grief, and harassment to a bare minimum, if not eliminate it. The community does provide quite a few options, including the vanilla player server, though the seasonal server is reset, and then there is an economy-based server and one focusing on events.

MaximumMC also has a version of SkyBlock gameplay, which will attract many players.

World of Keralis

It is a modern take of what we define as a whitelist server. It is based on the world of Keralis, which may sound like the future, but it is a megacity that has everything from buildings to shops, and players are assigned a role. You can play and work to build a team that expands the city, add decoration, and apply to become part of the community.

In addition, players are allotted their plots on which they can build, which allows them to share their modern independent builds with others on the forms. Speaking of which, it has a very tight-knit yet friendly community. So, make sure that you share your best work.

Article written by Chilly
Chilly is a Minecraft player with an appetite for adventure. He spends his days digging deep into the earth, looking for rare materials to craft new blocks and tools. He's always on the lookout for new challenges, which he can find in the form of difficult dungeons or intense battles against other players.

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