If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, you should participating in DEN Geocaching Day on Saturday, May 17th. Geocaching is a free, real-world outdoor treasure hunt. When you go geocaching, you try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using a smartphone or GPS. When you find one, you can then share your experience with others.
On May 17th, we encourage every DEN member to get out and have some fun. You could go out on your own to find caches in your area, but a better option would be to host your own geocaching event. The DEN will support your event by sending you an official 2014 DEN Geocaching coin to plant and even send you a some goodies to give to those joining you. You can find resources to help you learn more about geocaching here.
If you’re ready to organize and host an event for DEN Geocaching Day, fill out this form.
If you want to join one of the already organized events, they are listed below.
- Lake Wales, Florida – Register here
- Pearland, Texas – Register here
- Salisbury, Maryland – Register here
- Randleman, North Carolina – Register here
- Hagerstown, Maryland – Register here
- Euless, Texas – Register here
- New Rochelle, New York – Register here
- Lexington, South Carolina – Register here
- Fairhope, Alabama – Register here
- Irvine, California – Register here
- Kailua, Hawaii – Register here
- Albuquerque, New Mexico – Register here