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Geocache Your Way Through These 4 Trails

GeoTour CoinsThe Pensacola Bay Area has been loved by explorers since 1559. Now you, too, can embark on your own adventure and discover our destination on the Explore Pensacola GeoTour! Using a GPS-enabled device, instead of a compass, you can become a modern-day Ponce de Leon in search of hidden treasure!

The Explore Pensacola GeoTour is comprised of four different trails – Western Gate Trail, Historic Pensacola Trail, Cultural Trail and Coastal Trail. Your family will have fun exploring our award-winning beaches, discovering the history and becoming immersed in our culture on this fun outdoor adventure. Complete all four geocaching trails and you'll receive an Explore Pensacola GeoTour coin from Visit Pensacola. For each trail completed you will receive a commemorative bracelet unique to that trail. What are you waiting for?

GeoTour PassportReady to get started?

  1. Download the Explore Pensacola GeoTour Passport or pick one up at our visitor information center, located at 1401 E. Gregory St., Pensacola, FL 32502.
  2. Create an account at Geocaching.com.
  3. Locate the GPS coordinates for the Explore Pensacola GeoTour.
  4. Start exploring and when you find the cache enter the code located in the cache, sign the log and record the find on geocaching.com.
  5. When completed, return the passport to our visitor information center to receive your prize.

 

If you want even more adventure check out the other Geocaching trails.

  • Escambia County Geocaching Tour - This tour takes you through the area's major environmental restoration projects.
  • UWF Geocaches - Explore the beautiful campus of the University of West Florida. The campus includes more than 20 miles trails of hiking, running and biking trails. The campus also includes the beautiful Edward Ball Nature Preserve Trail and Boardwalk.
  • DARC Geo-trail - Explore Florida's archaeological history on a series of caches that take you to various historical areas in the Pensacola Bay Area.

 

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