Town of Mount Pleasant: Hamlin Park Trail Geocache
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The Hamlin Park Trail is an educational trail through a lowcountry wetland. The trail is two-fifths of a mile long. Almost half of this is elevated boardwalk through beautiful wetlands. The trail was begun in March 2010 with a grant from the Land and Water Conservation Fund. We hope you enjoy the beauty that this trail offers as much as we do.
Currently, there are two parking spaces on Woodland Park Drive off of Rifle Range Road. A Land and Water Conservation Fund indicates the trailhead next to these parking spaces.
To get you started here is your first clue:
The future is left in your hand.
Please give us as much feed back as you can for this geocache on the geocaching.com website. This is the fourth geocache by the Town of Mount Pleasant , and we would like to hear your opinion.
This geocache requires an approximately a mile hike. Please allow adequate time to hike trails and find clues. The climate of South Carolina can be hot and humid in the summer, so be sure to bring water, and bug spray. Do not remove any clues or the final cache. The TOWN OF MOUNT PLEASANT does not take responsibility for geocaching activities. There are many variables including, but not limited to, wildlife, weather, fitness level, terrain features, wildlife and outdoor experience, that must be considered prior to seeking or placing a cache. Be prepared for your journey and be sure to check the current weather and conditions before heading outdoors. Always exercise common sense and caution.
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- Boardwalkphotograph by Dan Kelley
- Native Plantsphotograph by Dan Kelley
- Old Drainage Canalphotograph by Dan Kelley
- Reflection in Wetlandsphotograph by Dan Kelley
- Trailphotograph by Dan Kelley
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum