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Laurel Ave. to Mount Elam

A cache by Nomad64 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 4/11/2009
2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This cache was released for “The Great Northern Tier Geocaching Tournament 2009 – It is now available for any Geocachers who wishes to visit the cache after the event.

Coggshall Park

This large park, over 250 acres in size, is largely a passive recreation area. It was extensively renovated in 1990, and is cared for by the Friends of Coggshall Park. Its features include a gazebo on Mirror Lake, a stone house facing the lake, a playground, softball field, and plenty of parking and walking trails. Vehicular access is obtained from Electric Avenue next to the Knights of Columbus Hall, and at two locations off Mount Elam Road. The South Street entrance is closed to vehicle traffic.
This is truly a hidden gem. There is no fee for entrance or parking. It's the perfect spot for a jog or a walk with your dog in the summer, and the pond is kept cleaned for ice skating in the winter

I would like to thank Fitchburg Recreation Department & the Johnny Appleseed Trail Association for there assistance on the hide and for allowing us to place this cache on the property.

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