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Cache in on Brentwood History

A TREASURE HUNT FOR ALL AGES

Presented by: 

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What is Geocaching?

  • Outdoor recreational treasure hunt
  • GPS coordinates and online clues used to locate different hidden treasure containers called “Geocaches”
  • Geocaches come in all shapes and sizes and contain a logbook and trinkets for trading
  • Geocaches are hidden, but never buried
  • Geocache in groups or alone
  • More information

 

Cache in on Brentwood History

 

 

Free, self guided series of treasure hunts

10 geocaches or small treasure containers scattered throughout Brentwood

Family-friendly and beginner-oriented

Discover historic Brentwood spots

Geocaches have trinkets to trade for treasure

Complete the series by finding the 10 caches listed in the downloadable passport and writing down the KEY WORD at each site.

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FIND FOXXIE?

Foxxie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WIN A PATH TAG

 

 

 

GEOCACHE SITES

Cache  in on Brentwood History Caches 

 

 Frolicking Equine  
 The Crossing   
 The Tree Museum    
 Pioneer Lady’s Tale
 Air Castle of the South 
 Literary Path
 Brentvale  
 Spring that Boils  
 The Raven  
 Owen’s Station   

 

Cache descriptions and location clues

Rules of the Hunt 

Things to note before you geocache:imageedit_7_5125052381

  1. All 10 caches are located on City of Brentwood property (unless otherwise specified)
  2. City parks are open from dawn to dusk.  NO nighttime caching on city property.
  3. A city parks trail map may be helpful  
  4. Caches are NEVER buried
  5. Caches have small prizes and trinkets for trade. (please be sure to bring something to leave behind.)
  6. Coordinates get you in the area of the hidden cache, but devices may vary up to 20 feet