Woodin Road Park
N 41° 36.331
W -81° 12.050
This nice little park lets you take a short break.
The number of trails is not a mistake.
Many of times you may have driven by here.
The shape of this cache is inspired by good cheer.
First property bought back in ’64 –
with dreams and hard work, there’d been plenty more.
This anniversary cache should take little time;
it might be one of the easiest to find.
Expires July 1, 2022
Eldon Russell Park
N 41° 25.290
W -81° 09.819
You can access this cache off the main drive from two different trails:
the Duane Ferris Trail or the Eldon Russell Nature Trail.
Along the Duane Ferris Trail you’ll find
a stand of tall white pines
Planted in rows that
may confuse you at times.
This cache is in this place you see,
but it is not found in a pine tree.
Expires April 1, 2022
Part A (multicache)
N 41° 30.329
W -81° 17.299
Where the past remains, but there are no trains,
No tickets needed to take a seat,
Just take a moment to rest your feet.
These wooden chairs aren’t made of spruce. You may need to look under a caboose.
There’s one more stop that can be found; somewhere off these tracks you’re bound.
Expires January 1, 2022
Big Creek Park
N 41° 37.108
W -81° 12.203
Start from the Deep Woods, Meyer Center, or Ruth Kennan Trail parking lot. A triangle of trails box in this cache. Falling water and tree woods are clues to their names. The other is blazed in blue and just a mere 1,400 miles long. Don’t look down or towards the sky; this cache is only yay high. It rests within arm’s reach in the crook of a multi-trunked tree.
Expires October 1, 2021
N 41° 37.897
W -81° 11.363
Two trails you’ll need beneath your feet to find this tiny cache you seek. With step and stair, one travels down a valley where a bridge is found. No need to climb back up again; just make sure not to bump your head.
Expires July 1, 2021
South Newbury Union Chapel
15829 Ravenna Rd, Burton, OH 44021
N 41° 26.296
W -81° 12.341
From the road, pull into Union Chapel’s gravel driveway. After about 200 feet, you’ll find a gravel parking lot behind a row of trees. There is room for about five or six cars in the lot. (Please keep to the gravel path and don’t park on the grass; you’ll probably become stuck in the mud!) To find the geocache, head east from the parking lot along the mowed path. You’ll pass a large, wooden bat colony house. Keep following the mowed path through a thorny thicket until you reach a clearing. The geocache is concealed beneath an old cherry log.
Expires April 1, 2021