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Spongebob & Patrick Castle
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Located near the Castle. You have to climb a bit, the taller the easier. It's a medium sized rubbermaid container in a very cool spot. Enjoy the scenery!
This is our First Geocache! I decided to do one of our own after finding a bunch of them in our area. Olivia put it together, hence the name Spongebob & Patrick Castle. You'll understand if you find the Cache and see the contents ;) It is located Near the Casltle at Glen Island Park in my Home town. I was surprised there are no caches in this park already. Located near the Castle. You have to climb a bit, the taller the easier. It's a medium sized rubbermaid container in a very cool spot. Enjoy the scenery!
About the Park: In 1879 former U.S. Congressman John H. Starin bought Glen Island and four nearby islands. He gave Glen Island its name and converted the islands into a summer resort for city dwellers that has been called "the first theme park." The islands were connected by causeways and piers and each island featured a different international theme. Steamships transported visitors from New York City to the park. The park, which opened in 1881, attracted thousands of people daily, included among its attractions a bathing beach, a natural history museum, a zoo, A German beer garden and castle, musical entertainment, and a Chinese pagoda.
In 1923 Westchester County acquired the site, which is now a public recreational park
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:55:05 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:55 PM GMT)
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