Geocaching

The Whitefish Chain of Lakes Region is set amidst hundreds of geocaches ready for the beginner and experienced geocacher alike to find.

3019923[1]What is geocaching? Geocaching is a family-friendly, outdoor sport that involves entering Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates into a GPS unit and searching for camouflaged containers, or caches, in interesting places. It's like an electronic scavenger hunt.

New to the sport of geocaching? Learn more by visiting geocaching.com. There, you can learn about the game of gecoaching. Or, watch videos about geoaching — some of which are very funny. Happy caching!

Paul & Babe GeoHunt logoThere are caches hidden all along the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway driving route. This 54 mile byway is a real treat for explorers and sightseers.

Geocaching in the Whitefish Chain Area

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Start now! There are tons of great caches to seek out in and around the Whitefish Chain of Lakes Region.

New to Geocaching?
If you’d like to try geocaching and don’t own a GPS or a smart phone with GPS technology, GPS devices may be rented from the Crosslake Community Center for $5 for 4 hours, or $10 for the day (8 hours). All you need is a valid driver’s license or a picture ID. A deposit check of $100 per GPS must be left at the time of rental, but this is returned when you return with the device. For more information, call (218) 692-4271

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