Geocaching is an ideal way to discover South Nation Conservation lands.
South Nation Conservation has their very own Watershed and Historical Geo-Passports! With a combined 40 geocaches hidden across the South Nation Watershed and its historical sites, both the Watershed and Historical Geo-Passports are great family activities, and you may be eligible to receive a South Nation Conservation geocoin!
New in 2018, South Nation Conservation has launched a Community Lands Geo-Passport which guides users through a real-life adventure within South Nation Conservation’s jurisdiction in Eastern Ontario, featuring 20 geocaches to help you discover the ecological, economical and social benefits of forests in the area.
What is geocaching?
Geocaching is a worldwide game of hiding and seeking treasure. A geocacher places a geocache anywhere in the world, pinpoints its location using GPS technology and shares the geocache's location online. Anyone with a GPS device can then try to locate the geocache. Learn more information about geocaching here.