The printed MML Passport is no longer available. However, you may download a copy from the MML website here.
The trail consists of 11 MML Districts (regions).
The MML Geocache Trail project will launch January 1, 2009 with 78
participating cities & towns. A trackable geo coin will be
given to the first 500 geocachers as an incentive for locating at
least 2 municipal caches in each of the 11 districts. To be
eligible for the coin, geocachers must pick up a Passport at any of
the designated county visitor centers. Geocachers must use the
stamp in the cache on their Passports and write down the cache code
word listed in each cache. After at least two municipal caches in
each district are discovered, geocachers may return to one of the
county visitor centers and have their Passports validated to
receive their collectable coin.
For a complete list of participating visitor centers visit the MML
web site at http://www.mdmunicipal.org/mmlhome/index.cfm or MGS web
site at www.mdgps.org.
Laid out in 1684, Cambridge is one of the oldest towns in Maryland and was once part of the Choptank Indian Reservation.
Cambridge was designated a Maryland Main Street community on July 1, 2003. Cambridge Main Street is a comprehensive downtown revitalization process created by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development to strengthen the economic potential of select cities around the state. As a result of this initiative, and an influx of tourists to the region, Cambridge is experiencing a revitalization of its downtown business district, part of which was designated as a historical district in 1990.
Nestled on the Choptank River, Cambridge is rich in fishing heritage and has a national reputation for high-quality seafood. Cambridge is home to many annual festivals and events that attract tourists from all over. Some of these events are the Bay Country Festival, Seafood Feast-i-Val and the Cambridge Classic Powerboat Regatta.
This cache will take you to the Great Marsh City Park, a large kid-friendly park, with boat ramp and picnic areas. Pack a lunch and spend some time enjoying the view.
The cache is a 4.2 quart, tall rectangular lock-n-lock container that is well-concealed from view. Be sure to stamp your Passport and write-in the secret code word.
Cambridge Thanks You for Visiting
Thanks to Hitech MD for helping with this hide!
Thanks to the Maryland Geocaching Society for assisting with this project!