Geocaching
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Geocaching

Geocaching GopherIt’s easy to see why geocaching is one of the most popular outdoor activities in Georgia State Parks. Geocaching combines the high-tech feel of online games with the old-fashioned fun of a treasure hunt. It’s the perfect activity for families and groups of all ages. Using a GPS (or smartphone with a GPS app), you search more than 60 Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites locations to discover hidden containers or “caches” which contain a small prize. (The coordinates to all caches are available at Geocaching.com) You take a prize and then leave one for the next person. After signing the logbook to document your success, go back online and share your experience. There are several geo-adventures awaiting in Georgia State Parks, so the fun can be different each and every time. More than 40 State Parks participate in the Parks GeoTour, and more than a dozen historic sites are on the History Trail GeoTour. The History Trail features indoor boxes with combination locks that can only be opened after learning about the site's history, solving clues and discovering the combination; it’s a new twist on some of Georgia’s oldest attractions!

We also offer orienteering, an activity which uses a compass and a map to navigate through the woods from one point to another at Cloudland Canyon, Panola Mountain, Red Top Mountain, Sweetwater Creek and Unicoi state parks, and a compass course at New Echota Historic Site.  
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