Meridian Park on the "Quiet Side"
In Wisconsin, United States
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Meridian Park is the second largest of the Door County Parks of 92 acres. The property is undeveloped, heavily wooded and in places marshy. The park is contigious to the Lyle-Harter-Matter County Park.
The following coordinates will lead you to the Meridian Park parking lot marker. ( N45* 00.256 W087* 10.008) Check out the marker on the large rock for some interesting facts. You will travel approximately .15 miles from the marker in the parking lot. Look for a trail that is not clearly marked and is behind the public restrooms. No need to take the high trail for this one unless you like to do some climbing. The cache is designed for you to create and reflect the experience and is in a standard ammo box with a large geocaching sticker on it. When you decide to leave the trail, watch your footing on the slippery rocks.
VISIT THE OTHER "QUIET SIDE" CACHES:
* Lyle-Harter-Matter on the "Quiet Side"
* Riebolts Creek on the "Quiet Side"
* Baileys Harbor Ridges on the "Quiet Side"
* Logan Creek 1-2-3 on the "Quiet Side"
* Polar Bear Plunge on the "Quiet Side"
* Erskin Cellar on the "Quiet Side"
Last Updated: on 11/7/2013 7:53:17 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (3:53 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum