Geocaching on York Township Property
What is Geocaching?
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.
Adventure Lab is a Geocaching app and platform which allows you to create, play and share location experiences. It guides players through the process of finding clues, solving puzzles, and completing adventures.
These activities can be enjoyed by people of all ages and are a great way to spend time with the family outdoors!
Geocaching in York Township
York Township supports the sports of geocaching, letterboxing & Adventure Labs, etc. through education programs, special events, and by granting permission for containers to be hidden in our parks and/or township properties.
All types of Geocaches will need approval from York Township Trustees before they are placed. This includes, but is not limited to, Traditional, Events Caches, Multi-caches, Mystery, EarthCache, Letterbox, Virtual, Webcam, Wherigo, Adventure Labs, puzzles, etc.
If you are interested in placing one of these caches in our parks or on Township property, see below for rules and the Geocache Permit Application which will need to be printed, completed, and mailed to or dropped off at the York Township Office.
Questions regarding permit applications can be directed to Theresa at 330-722-0185 or firstname.lastname@example.org.