Butler County Donut Trail GeoTour (GT77)

Favorite Points:

We think the Butler County Donut Trail GeoTour is pretty sweet, and you probably will too. The tour itself is themed around donuts and creative geocaches to satisfy your sweet tooth for adventure all year ‘round. Find all 15 geocaches to earn the official Donut Trail geocoin!

Great geocaches on the GeoTour:

                                                                          One More Donut ShopGC6P6WX

Small in size, but it will leave a big impression. One More Donut Shop is a fun unique hide that took some time to craft.

An Infinite Number of DonutsGC6PFHB

Painted in July, 2016, this mural, entitled “Make Way for McCloskey” pays tribute to Hamilton native, Robert McCloskey. Of course one of the themes on the 20 ft tall and 100 ft wide mural is donuts.

Local LegendGC70WWJ

The title says it all, the German bakery is a staple in the area for locals. Now, it hosts a fun Multi-Cache for hungry geocachers.

Attention to local events:

The GeoWoodstock 2018 Giga-Event is only a quick 20-minute drive from Cincinnati. You’ll be sure to want to check this one off your list.

Be sure to swing by one of the many events at Jungle Jim’s International Market to taste culinary delights from around the world in its 6.5 acres of foodie paradise.

Butler County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau 2016.

Reasons to visit:

  • Wake Nation is the Midwest’s only cable wake park is the perfect place to cool down and wakeboard WITHOUT a boat
  • A trip to Cincinnati isn’t complete without a quick stop at the world’s largest indoor train display EnterTRAINment Junction.
  • Take a step back into a simpler time and take in a double feature at the Holiday Auto Theatre old-school drive-in movie theater.
  • Start Skydiving is one of the top-rated places in the world to skydive according to Dropzone.com.

Hidden gems:

Check out the Bunker Hill Universalist Cemetery where over 80 pioneers including Revolutionary War veterans are buried. (GCVJA7)

Also visit Governor Bebb MetroPark to find a lovely historic covered bridge as well as a log cabin village. (GC5GKXB)

One more thing:

If you want to complete both the regular Donut Trail for the t-shirt and the GeoTour version for the coin, you will need a early start. All caches are publicly accessible seven days a week. However, stamps required for the regular Donut Trail passport (t-shirt) are only available inside the stores. The donut shops close early when they sell out, so please plan ahead. Some are also closed on Sundays, Mondays, or on holidays.

Logs from cachers:

We were so excited to be wrapping this Butler County Donut GeoTour up in one day! This final was a tweet ending! We love these types of caches and had an absolute blast today. – Befive05

The geocache alone is worth a favorite point but I’d also give one for the entire experience. I must say that this is probably the best set up that I have done for a Geo trail. – train1904

This was a fun series and we LOVE our coin. TFTF series! – GLC

Find out more about the Butler County Donut Trail GeoTour here.

Note: All the above information was provided by the GeoTour host. Copy has been edited by Geocaching HQ.

Andrew Baldwin
Andrew is a community manager at Geocaching HQ. He is typically laughing at his own jokes, getting into mischief with Signal, or looking for the next adventure.