Where the sidewalk ends
In Wisconsin, United States
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This cache is a little bit off the trail below the north side of the golf course at Doyne park. This is not a drive up. Please do not cut across the golf course. Whether you're walking or biking, the approach from the west end of the trail near the parking lot is much flatter and easier to find. No bushwacking required.
This cache is a small, rectangular container covered in camo tape with tradeable items. It is hidden at ground level and a flashlight would be very helpful.
Also, beware...there is some broken glass in the area. Not a ton, but enough that it's worth mentioning. The terrain of the hill is basically a dumping ground of old, broken up concrete chunks.
My daughter, dynosaurpaws, and I first discovered this trail while riding our bikes last spring after moving into the area. We're excited to be activating our first cache after 2 years of geocaching. We hope you enjoy the shady trail along the river through Doyne Park. Use extra caution if wearing flip flops!
If you haven't upgraded to a premium membership yet, you should. You will be excited to discover many more caches to find including one at the east end of the paved path here at Doyne Park.
Congratulations to lilnake for being the FTF this cache on July 6, 2011.
Permission was granted for this cache by: Brian Russart Natural Areas Coordinator Milwaukee County Parks Permit #72
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Last Updated: on 5/16/2015 4:13:03 PM Pacific Daylight Time (11:13 PM GMT)
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