What is GoGeocaching.com about?
Geocaching is a global treasure
hunt game Geocaching is a
location based game where
typically a container such as a
pill bottle, or rubermaid storage
container is placed somewhere
on the planet and coordinates
are published. Other geocachers
then use those coordinates to
navigate to the location and sign
a log sheet to prove they were
there.  There are many
variations on the game; some
geocaches require solving a
puzzle in order to learn what the
coordinates are, others use web
cams, or other high tech
functions of a GPS or Smart
Phone in order to find the hidden
treasure.

Over the years since the military
satellites were unlocked and
made available for public use
many location based games
have been created. More have
come and gone while
geocaching appears to be here
to stay.

The latest location based game
is Pokemon Go which is wildly
popular, it came into being off an
app called Ingress which is also
still being played by many avid
location based game addicts.
Above - The view from
a cache in Wisconsin;
the most important
part of geocaching is
having fun.
Cheeseburgers in Paradise - Food Drive
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GoGeocaching.com Featured Events:
October
2018
FLC Has A Fall Reunion
October 5th from 12-1:3pm
Dowers Grove, IL
November
2018
Cheeseburgers in Paradise
November 3rd from 4-5:15pm
Schaumburg, IL  


8th Annual Elk Grove FLC on Saturday in Schaumburg
November 17th from 11:15am to 1:15pm
Schaumburg, IL


View full web based event calendar.
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Geocaching Videos by Halemeister
Halemeister is group caching in Iowa....
Scouts and Geocaching
The Scouts have become very active
geocachers with regional and local
organized activities. They even have a
Geocaching
merit badge which
encourages geocaching.
Fuddruckers also donates a
percentage of the tab, in
2016 they donated $95 from
their Benefit Night program.
Food Drive Success!
Saturday November 4, 2017 we held our
Cheeseburgers in Paradise food drive event.
Geocachers donated 375 pounds of dry goods and
$415 all for the Northern Illinois Food Bank. Way to
go!
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Since 2009 we've collected over 3,400 pounds of food and over
$2,400 which has all gone to the Northern Illinois Food Bank.