The Reserve derives its name from the Tosohatchee Creek which flows through the northern portion of the reserve. The original name of Tootoosahatchee was simplified by the previous owners of the area to the present Tosohatchee (pronounced Tos-uh-hatch-ee). Native Americans named the creek, which roughly translates to "chicken" or "fowl".
This is one of the 4 traditional caches you must find in order to get the coordinates to the mystery cache. It will help if you try to find them in this order; 4 Ponds, Far Eastern Pond, Gator Pond & Lake Charles.
If you do all 5 caches you will drive about 5+/- miles & hike about 5+/- miles.
This cache is well hidden & it will contain a number that you will need to write down. This number along with other numbers that you will find in the other caches will help give you the coordinates to the mystery cache.
The container for the Gator Pond cache is an ammo can.
Please make sure you close it tightly & replace it as you found it.
PLEASE leave no trace of your being here & remove any trash you find. Be watchful of the gators & snakes & enjoy the outdoors.
Thanks to Tom O'Neil & his staff at the Tosohatchee Preserve for giving me permission to hide this multi.
Call ahead for road conditions & there is hunting allowed here, so be aware of the dates hunting is allowed.