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A quick urban cache located in one of my favorite Medford Parks. Logan Park was originally known as Logan Grove for its dense enclave of Oak trees. It was purchased by the City of Medford from the adjacent Tudor Revival House and became a leisure park. It once had a beautiful picnic ground and tennis courts. Ultimately, it has become a very family oriented place. I have always enjoyed this site and hope to make this relatively easy cache fun for all ages!
This is a highly active muggle area so please use stealth when going after this cache. It has been muggled before but hopefully not anymore now that I have made it quite small. Cache is a small bison tube located in one of the many trees within the park. The coordinates should lead you within 10 feet (with 3 foot accuracy when I placed it on a clear day). You just need to find the odd tree out in the pack. It might make a great kids fort. If this isn't helping, consult the hidden clue.
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- Logan ParkA photo of Logan Park's totlot and one of the last remaining Oak Trees for which this park is named.
- Old Oak TreeOne of the last remaining Oak Tree's once common in this park. To make it clear, this is not the cache site! =)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum