Did you know there are geocaches hidden inside of Wood Lake's 150 acres, waiting to be discovered? If you love being outdoors, exploring new places, or going on a nature hunt, this is the perfect activity for you!

Geocaching is a great outdoor recreation activity for all ages and experience levels (beginners welcome). Geocaching uses the Global Positioning System (GPS) system; points can be located on a GPS receiver or mobile device to find hide-and-seek containers, called "geocaches" or "caches", hidden at specific locations and marked by coordinates. A typical cache is a small waterproof container with a logbook in which notes can be added by the finder.

Want to try geocaching at Wood Lake? Download the app on your mobile device and create an account for free. Don't own a mobile phone? Check out one of our GPS receivers for free at Wood Lake Nature Center front desk between Monday-Saturday 9-4pm and Sunday 12:30-4 pm to get you on your way!