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Winter fun abounds in Indiana Dunes Country

All right, I’ll admit that autumn is my favorite time in Indiana Dunes Country. There’s nothing better than hiking through wooded trails that are bursting with color on a bright, 65-degree day. But another beautiful time is winter, when a Read more >

Wayne County Adventures in Geocaching

X marks the spot! There is treasure hiding in Wayne County!! Did you ever dream of being a treasure hunting pirate as a kid? Well it’s not too late! People of all ages can hunt for treasure throughout Wayne County. Read more >

A Modern Day Treasure Hunt

Indiana Tourism welcomes today’s guest blogger, David Garner: David Garner is a Seasonal Interpretive Naturalist at Monroe Lake for the Indiana State Parks and Reservoirs. David studied Natural Resources and Environmental Science at Purdue University and has worked at both Read more >

Lawrence County’s 4th Annual Geocaching Challenge, Feb. 6th

Now that GPS is becoming so easy, cheap, and accurate, geocaching is becoming more and more popular. I can actually use my HTC Droid Eris to find my location to within 8 meters (excuse me, metres. It’s still a European Read more >

Geocachers find “Hidden Treasures” in Richmond area

The Richmond/Wayne County Visitor’s Bureau has gone high tech with its new Wayne County Geocache “Hidden Treasure” hunt. Capitalizing on the growing popularity of global positioning system (GPS) devices, the Wayne County Geocache Treasure Hunt provides participants with an exciting Read more >

Go north for free geocaching fun

Last April, I had a chance to chat with some folks from LaGrange, Kosciusko and Marshall counties in Indiana. One of the fun things they said there was to do in their neck of northern Indiana was geocaching. They described Read more >

MyDNR – Indiana’s Great Outdoor Happenings!

If you’ve not signed up for this great newsletter yet….You’ve got to do it! I’ll give you a glimpse of the fall fun happening at your state parks and reserviors, but you have to promise to sign up for MyDNR Read more >