|Geocaching is rapidly becoming one of the most popular activities in Georgia State Parks. You can play alone or in groups, which makes it ideal for families. It's basically an outdoor adventure game, similar to a treasure hunt, that's played with a GPS device. Your goal is to discover containers – called geocaches – that have been carefully hidden in Georgia State Parks. Then you go home and share your experiences with others online.
Between the Geo-Challenge and the new History Trail Challenge, this fun activity could have you exploring parks and historic sites from Cloudland Canyon to Wormsloe (on the coast) and everywhere in between. So get ready to exercise your body and your mind! The quest ranges from easy to tricky (hint: you might need a tide chart for one of the bonus caches). Best of all, any age can participate and have tons of fun!
New WILD CARD Cache!
Come out to Chattahoochee Bend State Park and add this wild card stamp to your Geo-Challenge PassPort! This unique stamp goes in any blank (non-park designated) square on your PassPort and counts towards your next geocoin.