Presented by the Medina County Visitors Bureau and the Medina County Park District.
Geocaching is a ‘scavenger hunt’ type of outdoor recreational activity that is of interest to those of all ages. Participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or their mobile device to seek container (geocaches) hidden anywhere in the world. There are currently more than 2.8 million active geocaches in the world!
A typical geocache is a waterproof container with a log book for finders to sign.
How to get started
- Visit www.geocaching.com and sign up for a free membership.
- Come up with a geocaching “alias” – a unique username that fits your personality.
- Click here for a list of the “Find it…in Medina County” series of geocaches.
- Enter the coordinates of each geocache into your device.
- Use your GPS to guide you to each location and search for the container.
- Sign the log book and record the key word that is found inside the lid of the container on your passport.
- If you see an item inside the geocache, feel free to take it, but please replace it with something of equal or greater value.
- Replace the container as you found it.
- Return to www.geocaching.com to log your find.
- Please share your experiences and photos of your adventure!
To claim your “Find it…in Medina County” geocoin:
Find at least 18 of the 25 geocaches. Sign the log inside, and record the key word that is found inside the lid of each container on your passport. Present your passport at one of our redemption sites. One passport and coin per geocaching name. Must be present to receive coin (Limited to first 250).
Bring your completed passport to any of the following locations to receive your geocoin: