A small pull-off area on Route 9's Northbound side with a historical marker paying tribute to a man named John C. Fremont.
Like you and me, John C. Fremont went on expeditions. Unlike you and me, his expeditions were for warfare, whereas our expeditions are for geocaches. This is how he gained his nickname, "The Pathfinder" (Click Here for more details). Unfortunately he saw little success during his later years and thus died as a forgotten man. Don't worry John, we know you'd be geocaching if you were still here, and we'll always remember you.
In memory of John C. Fremont there is a Cold Spring at this location. You do not need to go in the cemetery to find this cache. Also be careful since the pull-off is small and comfortably fits only 1 geo-mobile at a time. This spot is minimally plowed during the winter months.