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Geocaching is a modern treasure hunt using a phone app or a GPS device to find containers or “caches” hidden all over the world--including in South Fayette Township parks.
Geocaches come in all shapes and sizes. They can be as small as a pencil eraser and as large as a Tupperware container. They are categorized by size. We recommend starting with a “regular” sized cache.
Geocaches contain a waterproof container holding a logbook or sheet, and if size permits, small trinkets.
Geocaches are hidden all over the world - from deep forest to urban areas. They are hidden in or under objects, but they are never buried.
South Fayette Township parks are home to seven geocaches.