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Georgetown-Scott County Tourism-Scott Co. Geotrot

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Hidden : 2/27/2017
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Geocache Description:

Welcome to Georgetown on behalf of Georgetown-Scott County Tourism, sponsors of the Scott County Geotrot!

Let our welcome center staff help you map out your visit and help make it a fun and rewarding adventure . Our welcome is authentic and we are glad you’re here and hope you enjoyed the Geo Cache!

This geocache is one of 12 geocaches that comprise the Scott County Geotrot. Passports are to be given out at the August 12, 2017 Scott County Geotrot event. Geocachers will visit all 12 geocaches along the trail and stamp the corresponding block on the passport and turn it in for a prize as supplies last. After the event, passports will be available both inside the Georgetown-Scott County Tourism office located here at 399 Outlet Center Drive, Georgetown, Kentucky and outside the tourism office in the designated Scott County Geotrot passport box after hours. Completed passports can be turned in here as well.

Please remember to leave the designated stamp and ink pad inside of the geocache containers! Permission to hide geocaches has been obtained by the property owners.

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