Medina County Park District Geocaching


YOU can take part in the world’s largest treasure hunt!

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.

This free activity can be enjoyed by people of all ages and can be a great way to spend time with the family outdoors!

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

Want to place a geocache? Just download the rules and an application by clicking the links below. Complete and return the application to the email or postal address listed on the application. If you have any questions regarding permit applications, contact Interpretive Services Manager Shelley Tender at (330) 239-4814 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Want to find geocaches in our parks? Scroll down for links to just a few caches hidden by other geocachers. You will need a account to see full details.

Allardale Frog

Bird in a Pine Tree

Plum Creek Trail

On the Cutting Edge

River Styx Rest Stop

Sauntering through Schleman

Rainbow of Color