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Eventine: The trails in this area are not being maintained presently. This cache can't be found any longer because the paths have grown over. This area will one day be Southwest Community Park in Frisco and is still a prime area for caching!

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Army of Darkness

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Hidden : 4/16/2005
Difficulty:
2.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This is a fairly short night-time only cache.

The coordinates will put you in the "parking lot" of a future master planned park (Southwest Community Park). Currently, the City of Frisco and DORBA (Dallas Off Road Biking Assoc) teamed up to make a mountain bike trail here. Look around for small reflectors that mark the "entrance" and then look for more reflectors to follow the trail. Sometimes you will walk a while before you find another marker.

Park is open until 10 pm - the police patrol this area, and your car may be towed if in the "parking lot" after 10 pm.

I think the total trail is under a mile if you were to complete it, so you will walk less than 2 miles round trip.

Container is a cammoed coffee can - it's location should be fairly obvious. Terrain is a 3 just because it's a bit trickier at night.

FTF gets a scratch off lottery ticket. Good luck! Feedback welcomed.

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