Go on a High-Tech North Dakota Treasure Hunt
Head to North Dakota's state parks for amazing geocaching opportunities.
Geocaching, high-tech treasure hunting with the help of a Global Positioning System (GPS), provides another opportunity for outdoor adventure the whole family can enjoy. The North Dakota State Parks System offers a wide variety of natural and historic settings, landmarks and architectural works, to make this state a great getaway for an enjoyable geocaching experience. Come explore the state parks of North Dakota and test your cache-seeking skills in some of state's most scenic and historic settings.
Visit www.geocaching.com, the official website, to learn about the latest caches in your area, how to hide a cache, and how to start experiencing this fun and exciting scavenger hunt sport. Geocaches can currently be found in these North Dakota state parks:
- Cross Ranch State Park
- Lake Metigoshe State Park
- Lake Sakakawea State Park
- Lewis and Clark State Park
- Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park
- Fort Ransom State Park
- Fort Stevenson State Park
- Turtle River State Park
The North Dakota Geocaching Association has more information on where you can enjoy this family-friendly activity in North Dakota.