It is part of a worldwide game dedicated to GPS (Global Positioning System) users, called Geocaching. The game basically involves a GPS user hiding "treasure" (this container and its contents), and publishing the exact coordinates so other GPS users can come on a "treasure hunt" to find it.
What are the rules?
The rules are:
If you take something from the cache, you must leave something for the cache, and you must write about your visit in the logbook.
Please do not move or vandalize the container. The real treasure is just finding the container and sharing your thoughts with everyone else who finds it.
If you wish, go ahead and take something. But please also leave something of your own for others to find, and write it in the logbook.
If possible, let us know that you found it, by visiting the web site listed below.
Where can I try it?
Geocaching is open to everyone with a GPS and a sense of adventure. There are similar sites all over the world. The organization has its home on the Internet.
Campbell County Departments of Parks & Recreation and Economic Development proudly announce the launch of a new tourism opportunity in the County: the Campbell County Caches GeoTrail. On the GeoTrail, you can get to know the great outdoor spaces Campbell County has to offer and enjoy the added challenge of this geocaching mini-adventure.