The Lake County Visitors
Bureau is proud to announce that we have launched the 23rd GeoTour in
the world, and the first GeoTour in Ohio. We are joining the ranks with
the Smithsonianís National Museum of Natural History, Parks Canada, the
Jim Henson Company, the National Park Service, and others as proud hosts
of these unique geocache groupings in partnership with GeoCaching.com.
Caches have been placed under bushes, in birdhouses, at the top of
giant wine glasses, and in outdoor structures all over Lake County.
Cache sites were based on geography, natural surroundings, uniqueness,
and cultural significance. Just think, you get to see Lake County from a
localís point of view!
We welcome you to explore Lake County and its history and beauty as
we see it!
What is a GeoTour?
A GeoTour is a tailored series of geocaches hidden at a destinationís
points of interest. Tourists and adventurers search for geocaches -
cleverly hidden containers that hold a logbook and often small trinkets
for tradeóusing a GPS device or the Geocaching app for the iPhone,
Android or Windows Phone. Geocaching is a free hobby that combines the
outdoors, exercise, technology, and fun. The series of geocaches in a
Geocaching GeoTour helps visitors discover a destination by conveying a
historical story, revealing hidden vantage points, or bringing them to