Geocaching 101 - (Houston Area)
Visit Martin Sheldon Lake State Park in Houston, Texas and discover a new sport called Geocaching. You will use a provided GPS unit to find hidden treasure and learn how to play a game that can be played almost anywhere. It's great for kids and adults, no experience or equipment necessary!
Sep 16, 2012
from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
|Where||Sheldon Lake State Park|
|Contact Name||Robert Owen|
Come out to Sheldon Lake State Park and learn the basics of a fast growing sport that is loved by kids and adults alike. Geocaching uses GPS technology to help you find items hidden throughout the park. All necessary equipment will be provided while you discover a game that can be played almost anywhere. Take the skills home with you and join in on the fun using a Smartphone Application or your own handheld GPS. Live a happier and healthier lifestyle by getting outside and venturing down the beautiful trails that our state parks have to offer.
No reservations are necessary. The event is free to the public and there is no park entrance fee.
All ages are welcome to attend; However, children under 13 must have an parent or guardian with them.
Meet at the covered patio at the pond center.
Bring water, a Smartphone/GPS if available, insect repellent and we recommend wearing closed shoes