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Want to place your own cache, letterbox, Munzee or quest in Geauga Park District? Click here for an application.
Do you have a good picture of geocaching in Geauga Park District? Email it to sward@geaugaparkdistrict.org.

Geocaching is an outdoor treasure-hunting game in which the participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers (called "geocaches" or "caches") anywhere in the world. A typical cache is a small waterproof container (usually a tupperware or ammo box) containing a logbook and "treasure," usually toys or trinkets of little value. Geocaches are currently placed in over 100 countries around the world and on all seven continents, including Antarctica. Learn more at Geocaching.com.

Call it a free, family-friendly, high-tech version of hide & seek!

Seasonal Caches

Spring 2015

The second cache of 2015 is a regular cache located in Beartown Lakes Reservation in Auburn and Bainbridge Townships.

Beartown Lakes Reservation
Part A
N 41° 21.096
W 081° 18.025

Healed maple tap holes are good history indicators.
In his day, Francis Yaxley was an outstanding sugar-maker.
To the sugarbush corner, follow the lake trail near North Point,
Then the Whitetail Trail to the first bench on the right.
Off-trail, hike toward the exclosure for deer.
Beware lots of downed trees — you’ll need to steer clear!
Heads-up, though, for north of the exclosure,
You’ll see where a large maple has fallen over.

This cache expires January 31, 2016.

Winter 2015

The first cache of 2015 is a two-part multicache located in
Swine Creek Reservation in Middlefield Township.
Please note that our winter newsletter includes an incorrect geocache coordinates and riddle - below is the correct one!

Swine Creek Reservation
Part A
N 41
° 26.389
W 081° 01.780

The Park District’s sugarbush of maple trees
Has been under our management since 1983,
Though it was a sugarbush for many years before.
Swing by at sugaring time to find out more!
From the sugarhouse, proceed downhill
And veer to the right when you reach the stream.
Ahead, a tubing collection shed can be seen.
On the hillside below the sugarhouse,
A rotting maple stump has a hole fit for a mouse.

This cache expires January 31, 2016.