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A cache by Teatown Lake Reservation Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/2/2012
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2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This is the first cache on the red trail on the other side of Blinn Road. The trail head can be found at the alternate parking lot.

Teatown Caches:

The following is a list of the caches currently active in Teatown.

Lakeside (Blue) Trail:

Troll Bridge
Mole Hill
Rooted Near A Bench
The Bat Cave
Rock City
Dam It!!
Lake Gazebo Overlook
Rock Paper Scissor

Hidden Valley (Red) Trail:


Overlook (Yellow) Trail:

Point of View
Lean on Me

You can find a trail map here: Trail Map

The Preserve:

Teatown Lake Reservation is a nonprofit, environmental organization with an 875-acre nature preserve and education center located in the Lower Hudson Valley in the Towns of Yorktown, Cortlandt, and New Castle, New York. Teatown Lake Reservation’s mission is to conserve open space and to educate and involve the regional community in order to sustain the diversity of wildlife, plants and habitats for future generations. We are devoted to conserving biodiversity, teaching ecology and promoting nature-friendly living.

Located in the heart of the Lower Hudson Valley’s Hudson Hills and Highlands bioregion, Teatown is the largest nonprofit nature preserve in Westchester County. About 28,000 people come each year to attend an education program, visit the Nature Center, hike our trails, or tour Wildflower Island, a two-acre island sanctuary located within Teatown Lake that is home to over 230 native and endangered species of wildflowers. Teatown’s educators offer adult, family and children’s programs to over 18,000 participants annually, including nearly 9,000 school children and 700 summer campers. Annually, over 10,000 hikers traverse Teatown's 15 miles of scenic trails that span abundant fields, mixed forests, lakes, streams, swamps and farm land. Our Nature Center is a source of wildlife knowledge and home to a variety of amphibians, birds of prey, mammals and reptiles. Teatown conducts three annual celebrations: Hudson Hills and Highlands Fall Festival; Nature-friendly Plant Sale and Workshops; and Hudson River EagleFest, a celebration of the annual winter gathering of bald eagles in the Hudson Valley.

In addition, Teatown is rapidly developing a reputation as the Hudson Hills and Highlands’ foremost environmental organization, providing conservation leadership to this bioregion, which encompasses most of Westchester and Putnam Counties, and parts of Dutchess, Orange and Rockland Counties. Teatown takes an active role in state, county and community efforts to protect open space and natural areas. We provide assistance to civic leaders in crafting practical solutions to environmental issues and help land owners and residents become more “nature friendly between the parks.”

The Cache:

This is the continuation of caches to be published in Teatown over the next couple of weeks.

The cache container is a small lock-n-lock box containing a log, pencil and various trade items. There is a CITO pin for FTF.

The preserve is open dawn to dusk daily. All geocachers must check in to the administration building before seeking the cache and the administration building is open 9:00 - 5:00 Tuesday - Sunday.

Teatown Permit # TEA-009

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Hc ba gbc

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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