"Go outside, get into nature and make your own discoveries!"
That is what Dr. Scott challenges his viewers to do at the end of each Dinosaur Train episode.
This is part of a series of dinosaur theme geocaches. The Jim Henson Company has hidden Dinosaur Train themed geocaches nationwide with the help of local PBS stations. To find the location of other Dinosaur Train themed geocaches, simply search for "Dinosaur Train" in the keyword search option. Each geocache celebrates a dinosaur featured in the Dinosaur Train Field Guide.For more information on this educational outreach initiative please visit the Dinosaur Train Geocaching.com Page
This is the Iguanodon geocache. Iguanodon was a large, plant-eating dinosaur that lived in Europe during the Cretaceous. It was the first dinosaur ever discovered!
What is your favorite dinosaur? Be sure to tell us when signing the logbook!
This geocache contains small Dinosaur Train trinkets and things others have traded or left.
There's something for everyone and plenty of replacement items, so don't be shy.
If you don't have a GPS or any clue on how to locate this geocache, drop me an email. Include your phone number. I can provide you detailed directions and maps to the find!
Once you've found the cache, signed the log book and maybe taken a picture to share on this page, please be sure and re-hide the container so it isn't accidentally found. Then take some time to explore this wonderful park. Try out the swing-set, go for a walk in the pine forest or by the lake. The bike trails are great and there's even good fishing in the creek.
This cache was published with special permission from Groundspeak.