What is geocaching?
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.
When you find a Cottonwood Parks and Recreation (CWPR) cache: sign the logbook, take a sticker for your Cottonwood Geocache Passport, and return it to the cache.
When you are finished, put the geocache back exactly as you found it, even if you think you see a better spot for it.
Are there caches in Cottonwood?
Yes! There are several caches in Cottonwood, AZ. Our Parks & Recreation Department even has a series of geocaches placed around the city. Click here to see our official CWPR caches (you must have a geocaching.com account and be signed in for this link to work).
Or search for each cache individually using these codes:
How can I geocache?
Visit geocaching.com or download the app. Create an account. Now you can search for Cottonwood Parks and Recreation (CWPR) caches and begin your search!
Don't forget to bring these with you:
- GPS enabled device with the geocache app downloaded
- Cottonwood Geocache Passport - pick up a physical copy at the Cottonwood Recreation Center or print one online
- Pen or pencil to log your name in the cache