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This cache is at Merrill Springs park which is located at the end of Spring Court.
The circular stone structure protecting Merrill Springs was rebuilt in 1934 by depression-era WERA workers (Wisconsin Emergency Relief Administration).
To see a photo taken in 1910 of the original structure, click here
Anyone wishing to place a cache in a city of Madison park must contact Rhonda Veroeven who will gain permission from Madison Parks representative. To contact Rhonda please email at b_and_us at yahoo dot com or through WISearchers at GC dot com Geocaching activity is only allowed in general parklands in the City of Madison and Geocaching activity is prohibited at: Forest Hill Cemetery, Olbrich Garden, City of Madison conservation parks, Odana Golf Course, Monona Golf Course, Yahara Golf Course, Glenway Golf Course and areas with identified Indian Mounds. All geocachers will be respectful of all public parkland. No digging or penetration of ground surface will be permitted. Trees, shrubs and plants will not be disturbed or altered at any time. Questions related to access, policies, regulation and protocol regarding geocaching in the City of Madison parks will be submitted to WGA liaison R. Veroeven who will report directly to James Weisnstock, Parks Operation Supervisor.
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Last Updated: on 2/18/2017 2:25:31 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:25 PM GMT)
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