Located in the undeveloped Robbie Gage Memorial Park site in Southfield.
This park has no parking lot and no trails or paths other than the faint deer trails. The underbrush is only a little thick for the first few feet. The woods are not swamp but are lowlands and there will be mud and standing water after a rain.
There is no parking allowed along Inkster Road but there is a small pull in spot just north of the park sign. The cache is only accessible from this westerly direction.
Do not attempt to get to the cache from the north.
You would be trespassing on WKBD TV (private) property and many geocachers already know their opinion of the hobby.
UPN-50 (WKBD) Airs Geocaching Segment
From Today's Cacher April '04,
an editorial on "Get a Life"
The cache is a small quart plastic container with a special cache guardian on top. The hinged lid wil pop open or can be unscrewed if needed. The cache contains the usual logbook and assortment of small trade items.
Of course, there is usually a Cincinnati Chili Recipe magnet and a few of my calling cards in the cache.