Is geocaching in America?

Is geocaching in America?

Geocaches can be found in all 50 US states California holds the record for the state with the most active geocaches, boasting more than 130,000 hidden geocaches. The oldest active geocache in the U.S.. published in May of 2000, is located in Mingo, Kansas.

What city has the most geocaches?

Two traditional geocaches both have more than 12,400 finds. That’s more than twice as many finds as the Geocaching HQ geocache in Seattle and more than any other traditional geocache in the world. The most found geocaches are both hidden in the capital city of the Czech Republic, Prague.

Who has the most geocache finds in the world?

The largest geoart (geocaching) consists of 1010 geocaches, achieved by Lucas Herraiz GarcĂ­a (Spain), in Toledo, Castilla La-Mancha, Spain, on 31 March 2020.

How to geocache and where to start?

Search for existing geocaches before trying to create your own and hide it.

  • Find a good spot for your geocache. A quality geocache will be hidden near something of natural,human,historic,or scenic interest or at least at the end of
  • Make sure certain geocaches are allowed there.
  • Select an appropriate container.
  • Camouflage the container.
  • How to find a geocache?

    As you leave your car or a well-marked trail,make sure to mark its location as a waypoint!

  • It should be pretty straightforward to get within a mile or so of the cache location.
  • When you get close to the geocache (within 300 feet,which is the length of a football field),check your GPS device’s signal strength.
  • How to create and hide a geocache?

    They must be waterproof.

  • They need to be strong enough to handle the elements.
  • They should be easily identifiable as a geocache container.
  • They should not look like anything conspicuous or dangerous.
  • What can you find geocaching?

    Geocaching is a type of global treasure hunt of people looking for caches, or hidden stashes of objects. Geocaching may also be described as a series of hide-and-seek games, where hiders provide online clues for seekers. Seekers use global positioning system (GPS) devices to find hidden caches.