Join the fun with Geocaching (pronounced geo-cashing) - a world-wide outdoor hide-and-seek game with more than 5 million players who use Global Positioning System coordinates to lead them to caches. The caches are containers that hold a visitor logbook so the "finders" can add their names to the list of those who have successfully located it. These containers may also include trinkets to trade, "travel bugs" which are then moved on by the finders to other cache locations, or commemorative geocaching token coins.
Geocaching takes place all over the world - there are more than 1.7 million caches worldwide. Plugging in a zip code from any Green County community on the website will take you to caches in the area.
Click here for a map of caches in Green County. You'll notice two nearly solid green lines - representing the Green County Barn Quilt series of caches along the Badger and Sugar River State Trails. This series placed by local geocaching enthusiast Wayne Stemple was recognized as the Wisconsin Geocaching Series of the Month in April 2012.
For more information specifically on geocaching in Wisconsin, visit the Wisconsin Geocaching Association website.