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Monday, June 7, 2010
Setting Up Your Own Geocaching Camping Adventure
(photos by Annie Love)
What a combination. We love geocaching and we love camping. Why not combine the two for an outrageous weekend of outdoor fun?
To me geocaching and camping is like Martin and Lewis, Superman and Clark Ken, Peanut Butter and ... well you know. Needless to say they go together very well. Think about it, not only do you get the opportunity to really explore National and State parks. Many of which do allow geocaching but there are usually a ton of them in the neighboring communities near by. A geocaching smörgåsbord as it were. As you walk the trails and discover the different points of interest within the park system you can get your Indy Jones on and view wonders that only the ones willing to explore will find. Geocaching is made for just that.
So if you love fishing, camping, boating, hiking, nature trails and oh yeah, geocaching you definitely need to pack up the family camper and head out to a National or State part that allows geocaching. You will be so glad you did.