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In a National Seashore area in Eastham.
(There really is no fort...)
NOTE: The item at the cache location is unavailable as of Winter '05 due to trail maintenance at this site.
I still recommend going to the area, but until further notice you will be unable to find the object at this cache.
There are multiple places to park, depending on traffic, and how many people are around.
You can get to the cache point from either of the following two parking locations. Although the second one is a nicer place to park. Sometimes its also the busiest.
Lot 1: 41° 49.132N 069° 57.878W
Lot 2: 41° 49.094N 069° 57.720W
This is a beautiful area with a very diverse landscape. Spend some time walking around or just hanging out at the cache point. Theres a beautiful view.
You can walk down to the water or take a walk through a red cedar swamp. I suggest doing them all. Although watch out for the overabundance of Poison Ivy. Its prevalent but easily avoidable.
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Last Updated: on 1/12/2018 8:00:13 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (4:00 PM GMT)
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