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 and 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.
The town of Berlin is rich with history. A visit is a trip back in time to the 19th Century. The downtown is so charming it has been used as the set for two Hollywood movies, “The Runaway Bride,” and “Tuck Everlasting.” The brick buildings, stone churches, and period wooden homes provide a setting for a town that has recently been designated as a hub of artistic activity. The designation as an “Arts and Entertainment District” by the State of Maryland, recognizes the cultural growth the town has enjoyed and encourages continued growth through economic incentives.
More recently the state also designated Downtown Berlin as an official Maryland Main Street Community.
The Atlantic Hotel was built in 1895 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Restoration of this grand hotel began in 1984 and by 1988 it was opened for guests. The hotel offers 16 guest rooms and a spacious dining room.
The cache you seek is a regular lock and lock container. Be discreet when retrieving. Please do not disturb the landscaping. Remember to stamp your Passport and write down the secret word.
Thank You for Visiting Berlin
Thanks to 7Searchers for helping with this hide!
Thanks to the Maryland Geocaching Society for assisting with this project!