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A quick and easy Kids and Family-friendly cache, in the 2,600-acre Crow-Hassan Park Reserve!
This cache is hidden near the main parking lot of the Crow-Hassan Park Reserve. It's on the "other" trail, away from the rest of the caches here, but it will take you to a spot with a nice view of the colorful and ever-changing 600-acre restored prairie.
Location, Parking, and Access
If you're not familiar with Crow-Hassan, the main park entrance is at N 45° 10.999 W 093° 37.467, directly off County Road 203. Follow the road all the way back, and you can park directly adjacent to the North trailhead at N 45° 11.131 W 093° 37.793. Because this is a shared horse and hiking trail, we highly recommend that you watch your feet as well as the scenery, or you're likely to step in something you'll regret later. :)
This cache was hidden with the help of my oldest daughter Mei-Mei. Three Rivers Park regulations greatly restrict the number of potential hiding spots, but we knew we had to put a cache here because we loved the fall colors along the trail, and we thought the prairie view from here was pretty nice.
You're looking for a winter-friendly plastic peanut butter jar, wrapped in camo'd duct tape. It starts out stuffed to the brim with small toys, hand-selected by the 'Noles kidlets from their own personal collection. As always, have fun and happy hunting!
This cache has been registered with the Three Rivers Park District, and is placed with their permission.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum