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This is the February featured cache for the Linn County Conservation's 50th Anniversary activities
In 2008, the Linn County Conservation Board will celebrate 50 years of service to Linn County residents.
A yearlong celebration is planned to highlight all the outdoor recreation opportunities available right here in Linn County.
In celebration of Linn County Conservation's 50th Anniversary there will be 50 GeoCaches placed within various parks and recreation areas in the next year.
This Cache will reveal a "clue" that will enable you to be eligible for a special prize drawing at the end of the season (December 2008)!
There is one featured cache each month.
Check the lid of this featured cache for a two digit number between 1 and 50.
Record this number as you will need it to find the Final Bonus Cache of the Year.
(When you have all twelve numbers associated with the 12 featured caches, you will be able to solve the puzzle and find the final prize cache).
Additional information can be obtained from the Linn County Parks Website and the Iowa Geocachers Website.
You will be looking for an Ammo-Can
Other GeoCache's at Squaw Creek Park
Petty Cache 3
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Stew's Squaw Creek Stach
Squaw Creek Park
Due to its proximity to the Cedar Rapids/Marion area, Squaw Creek Park has become an increasingly popular destination for family outings or just an enjoyable drive through the park.
Squaw Creek meanders through the wooded hills and meadows of the park providing a beautiful view of the valley from the north end of the park.
This 663-acre park is a popular place to observe and enjoy many species of native Iowa plants and animals.
In addition, the wide variety of wildflowers provide ever-changing colors throughout the park.
Squaw Creek Park offers a variety of recreational facilities including picnic sites, a campground, a playground, two enclosed lodges and an open-air shelter for day-use outings.
The lodges and shelter are available by reservation for family gatherings, business outings and special events.
Meadowlark Shelter is a large, open-air shelter.
The Prairie Oak and Red Cedar Lodges are beautiful enclosed buildings that are available for reservations all year long.
The lighted sledding hill is directly adjacent to Red Cedar Lodge and is available for use by all park visitors.
Winter / Snow Rating: Difficulty: Terrain: (1 is easiest, 5 is hardest)