Park Hudson Trail Series #1: Glitter Butterflies
In Texas, United States
How Geocaching Works
Related Web Page
***Congrats to nativtxn for FTF***
This is the first of three caches in the Park Hudson Trail series. The cache is a large pill bottle covered in camouflage tape 50 feet off the paved walking trail near a park bench.
Original Cache contents includes several small glitter butterfly charms, log book and pen. Please only put tiny items in the cache to keep it from getting too full, sign the log and replace the cache exactly as you found it!
Park Hudson Trail is a jogging/walking/biking/roller-blade paved path on 59 acres located along Hudson Creek, from FM 158 to behind West Corp. on University Drive. It is a heavily wooded area with abundant wildlife that is a buffer zone between the residential neighborhood and the business developments along University Drive. The trail connects to Tiffany Park on one end and has 2 1/4 miles of trail. There are park benches, trash cans, and doggie poop stations spaced along the path. There are at least 2 water fountains.
The parking lot for this park is located off the southbound side of Boonville road between University Drive and Copperfield Drive.
Right before I placed this cache, my dog Lacey and I saw a doe about 30 yards away!
Placed by a member of:
(No hints available.)
Deer near the cache location
Near the cache location
Park entrance near the cache location
Last Updated: on 12/15/2012 11:53:23 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (7:53 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum