Medina County Parks Geocaching

Geocaching and Letterboxing

Geocaching is a high-tech, outdoor treasure hunting game in which participants use GPS- enabled devices to hide and seek containers called "geocaches" anywhere in the world.

Letterboxing is an intriguing and artistic treasure hunt style outdoor activity in which participants hide small containers that can be found by cracking codes and following clues.  

Both activities can be enjoyed by people of all ages and are a great way to spend time with the family in the great outdoors!

Medina County Park District supports the sport of geocaching and letterboxing through education programs, special events, and by granting permission for containers to be hidden in the parks.

If you are interested in placing a geocache or letterbox in one of the parks, click HERE for a copy of the rules for placing a cache and HERE for a permit application.

Questions regarding permit applications can be directed to Interpretive Services Manager Shelley Tender at 330-239-4814 or stender@medinaco.org.

 

 

 

 

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