2017-10-18: Note to people considering visiting this cache; the park has now started to enforce a policy that caches older than two years must be removed. This unfortunately means the end for this long-lived cache, and the listing will be removed from the Geocaching site November 25th, 2017. I will move along any trackables still left in the cache at that time. I would encourage anyone considering visiting this site to still do so; this cache was placed back in a time when Geocaching was about finding interesting and unique out-of-the way places, which this still very much is. Thank you all for the interesting logs over the years, and best of luck in the future.
Difficulty: 2 There are many walking and old carriage trails in the area that should make it easy to approach the cache.
Terrain: 2 On a slight hill, may be a little slippery in certain weather or seasons.
This cache is on public land so you should be able to get to it without much of a problem. It is partially buried and surrounded by rocks, so you won't be able to see it from the side but the metal lid should be visible from a relatively close distance. It contains some goodies: a freeze-dried ice cream bar from G32-1 and various and sundry other knick-knacks that may be of interest.
Hope you enjoy looking for it- Please leave it well hidden and don't forget to leave a note on the pad (pens are included). Thank you.
(Added Feb '01) A story about this cache in the local paper (by Cathey O'Donnell).
(Added Nov '17) A video about this cache from one of the last visitors to it.