A Hole in One
In Wisconsin, United States
How Geocaching Works
This cache is located in the WI DNR newly acquired Picnic Point property, just north of Oshkosh. The land was formerly owned by the Winnebago Mental Health Institute. The state acquired this land for prairie and wildlife restoration and public recreation.
The property runs adjacent to Winnebago County owned Asylum Point Park (visit link) which is open from 4am to 11pm. There is no hourly restriction at the cache site.
Cache is a green bison tube with protective camouflage. Please bring your own writing utensil and carefully rehide the cache like you found it. The cache is hidden about 400 yards from the parking lot gate, a few yards off the trail.
There is no hunting permitted and large deer can sometimes be seen in the area. The trail continues to Lake Winnebago and Picnic Point. The cache should be findable in winter but the parking lot might not be plowed.
A geocache notification form (visit link) was submitted to Ellen Barth at the DNR headquarters in Oshkosh. Approval was granted to place this cache. DNR approval is preferred before placing geocaches on DNR controlled lands. Caches should not be placed until the form is submitted to the appropriate DNR land manager.
Congrats to TJdancer, dawnzie and Rattledbox for another Co-FTF night run on two of my caches.
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Last Updated: on 5/18/2013 12:12:46 PM Pacific Daylight Time (7:12 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum