What is geocaching? Geocaching is a global scavenger hunt, where participants use GPS receivers to find cleverly hidden containers called geocaches. Geocaching is not merely about hunting down caches but is a bridge between the world of technology and the outdoors. It provides participants a fun way to explore and appreciate the world around them, from scenic vistas, to historic structures. Find out more about how to get started geocaching by reading this blog on the official geocaching website.
Keweenaw Historic GeoTrail
This twenty cache trail will lead you on an adventure Keweenaw National Historical Park and many of its partner Heritage Sites. We hope you enjoy the beautiful sights as you explore the copper mining history, connect with the people involved, and discover the unique geology that made it possible.
For 100 years, the National Park Service has preserved America's special places "for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations." Celebrate its second century with the Find Your Park Geotour that launched April 2016 and explore these geocaches placed for you by National Park Service Rangers and their partners.