Buffalo Family Fun: Trapper's Pond Park
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A quick and easy Kids and Family cache series, in our little hometown of Buffalo!
This series of caches is for kids, families, and the young at heart! They are designed, hidden, and maintained by the 'Noles kidlets in the manner they like to find 'em when we're out "treasure hunting" - in other words, they are your basic tupperware containers hidden in the usual spots in the woods. :) We hope you enjoy the quick tour of our community parks and playfields!
Location, Parking, and Access
Trapper's Pond Park is located on the western edge of Buffalo, just north of Buffalo Lake. Free street parking is available on all sides of the park, with paved walking path access from the North, East, and South and grass trail access from the West. Facilities include picnic tables, a children's playground, and a blacktop basketball court.
We didn't have any signal problems here today, but foliage in the summer might cause some problems. If you look around and don't follow your GPSr blindly, you will find clear access to the cache location - if you bushwhack, you'll pr'bly hit the thorny patch, so be careful. Some stealth will most likely be required, especially on the nicer days and weekends. Other caches in this series:
- Mills-Sturges Park (GCRB8W)
- Trapper's Pond Park (GCRBNP)
Serenity Hills Park (GCRD6A)
Greenbriar Park (GCRDPA)
- Eastland Estates II (GCYTVP)
- Home of the Bison! (GCYTVW)
As always - thanks, have fun, and happy hunting!
Onfr bs gur gerr
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum