Geocaching in Durham Parks!
Once you are near the location, read the clues provided to then locate a hidden container called the 'geocache'. For more in depth instructions and FAQS, visit this website. You can log your progress and let others know if you found the container or not, as well as make your own geocaches for others to find. And there is even an app you can download to your phone for easy on the go access to the coordinates.
Forest Hills Park - "Splish Splash - a Durham cache"
Rockwood Park - "Rockwood Cache", "Rockwood #2"
Wrightwood Park - "Riding the Rail!" (hard to find)
Orchard Park - "Hill House View"
Duke Park - "You Might Learn Something"
Northgate Park - "Treehive"
Oval Drive Park - "Note Me"
West Point on the Eno - "EE Pavilion", "Crooked Creek"
Morreene Road Park - "DPR Critter: Morreene Road Park", "Morreene Road Park Cache"
Southern Boundaries Park - "Southern Celebration", "Southern Boundaries Park - Tennis Anyone?", "Celebrate Fourth of July"
And don't forget to share with us some pictures of your geocaching trip in our parks! We want to see what you find and hear about your successful treasure hunt in local Durham Parks and Recreation parks.
Did you know geocaching is all around the world? After exploring Durham, take your geocaching expertise to other locations like the beach, mountains and other states! Good luck on all your geocaching adventures!