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Seasonal Caches

Spring 2016

This year's caches will take you to former home sites located on park property! The second cache of 2016 is a two-part multi-cache located at Big Creek Park in Chardon Township.

Big Creek Park
Part 1
N 41° 36.964
W 081° 13.198

Begin your quest at the parking lot by Tupelo Pond.
North of the pond, an old scout camp was found
And, as stories have it, it was burned to the ground.
The previous owner, S.L. Mather, wanted to make a
private horse estate,
But he eventually sold Big Creek’s property to the state.
Ohio transferred it to Geauga when a levy was passed,
And Scout Troop 90 roughed in a rugged trail for horse
and fire access.
This trail, from Dead Man’s Curve to Woodin Road, begins
straight ahead.
At the trail entrance, come to a stop —
On the left, a double cherry has a knot.

This cache expires January 31, 2017.

Winter 2016

This year's caches will take you to former home sites located on park property! The first cache of 2016 is a regular cache located at Eldon Russell Park in Troy Township.

Eldon Russell Park
N 41° 25.525
W 081° 09.820

The first parking lot in your sight
Is your starting destination on your right.
Hike Rapids Road north along the grassy edge;
Between large sugar maples, an old drive marks the old homestead.
Here, blind Mrs. Horwath would carry a chair out and sit
Collecting a quarter from anyone wanting to go back to the river and fish.
Myrtle marks the site of large white pines scattered 'round;
Find the top of one lying on the ground.

This cache expires January 31, 2017.