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TaconicNYSParks: This cache was part of the NYS Parks 2018 challenge which ended on 11/11/18.

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C1: The Carriage Barn

A cache by TaconicNYSParks Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/25/2018
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:


Clermont’s Carriage Barn, which replaced an earlier greenhouse, was built in three stages between 1850 and 1900.  It has housed horses, carriages, sleighs, the ice yacht “Arrow”, and even the Livingston’s first automobiles.

 

This cache has been placed as part of the New York State Taconic Region Geocache Challenge.  There are 76 caches hidden within 16 state parks and historic sites in the Taconic Region. Geocachers finding 45 or more will be eligible to receive a 2018 Mills Norrie State Park commemorative and trackable geocoin.  If you are interested in taking the challenge, you can pick up a geocaching passport at any of the participating parks and sites or download it at www.parks.ny.gov .

Clermont SHS charges a $5 vehicle entrance fee. This fee is collected 4/1-10/31 weekends and holidays, from 11am – 4pm. House tours are available (but not required as part of the geocaching challenge) for $7 adult, $6 seniors / students over 12.

 

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