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Reservoir Ramble Geocache Challenge

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Hidden : Saturday, 02 February 2013
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Monroe Lake: Paynetown SRA
4850 S. SR 446, Bloomington, IN (just north of the SR 446 causeway across the lake)

You may begin anytime between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. All cachers who complete the entire Challenge by 4 p.m. will be entered into a drawing to win a 2013 State Parks & Reservoirs Entrance Pass.

The Challenge starts at the Paynetown Activity Center. The Activity Center is located inside Paynetown. Drive past the entrance gatehouse, turn left at the first intersection, turn left again when the road ends, and then the building will be on your right (past the large parking lot)... or, just follow the signs to the Beach.

“Year One” of this Challenge series took you on an overview tour of every state recreation area on Monroe Lake. For “Year Two,” we’ll be focusing exclusively on Paynetown SRA. Lot less driving, lot more hiking! Participants should dress for the weather and wear good hiking shoes.

By visiting a series of caches, you’ll complete a unique tour of some well-known, and not-so-well-known, features and locations inside Paynetown. [Please note: Caches are placed for this event only; therefore, they are not individually loggable.]

This event is organized and sponsored by Monroe Lake, part of Indiana's Division of State Parks and Reservoirs. Questions should be directed to the Paynetown Activity Center at 812-837-9967 or to Jill Vance, Interpretive Naturalist, at

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