Come join us at the beautiful Richmond Nature Park for a day of fun and outdoor education.
Our theme this year is "Going Beyond the Traditional" and we are excited to provide many amazing speakers and vendors to fill your day with amazing Geocaching fun.
Join us for a day filled with fun and education about geocaching, but also so much more!
We will have experts speaking on photography, orienteering, outdoor safety, parks, puzzle solving, botany, and more! We will also have vendors and organizations set up to help you connect with them and learn more about related topics.
You don't want to miss this amazing day in May!
Date: Sunday, May 6 2018
Location: Richmond Nature Park (Richmond, BC)
Starting time: 09:00
Wrap up: 3:30pm
Register your attendance online as well as your Will Attend log, and check out the BC CacheCon Website for up-to-date info and way more details.
Come for the whole day, or just for the sessions that most interest you. Please note that attendees are expected to bring their own lunches although we will have beverages for sale.Also important to note that as parking is limited in the park itself, street parking is available south of Westminster Hwy on No.5 Road - see parking coordinates below.
Are you new to, or just curious about Geocaching? We have plenty for you to learn and do including interactive sessions about finding and creating geocaches.
Are you an experienced geocacher? Don't worry, there's content for you also!
Below is the current event schedule including breakout sessions. For the most up-to-date information about this event, the location, and all related opportunities to make the most out of the day, please check out our website at: BCCacheCon.Wordpress.com or follow MetroVancouver Geocaching on Facebook or Twitter. Richmond Parks regrettably will not be able to provide guided tours of the park or facilities during the lunch break.
We hope to see you there!
Thank-you to our hosts at City of Richmond, and all our volunteers from the BC Geocaching Association and Metro Vancouver Geocaching.