Minocqua Area Geocaching

Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunting game using a hand-held GPS receiver to hide and seek small waterproof containers that hold logbooks and small trinkets.

Geocaching in Minocqua is the perfect way for your family to explore some of the area’s most fascinating and beautiful destinations.

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Ask our hotel front desk for details on any of the following Minocqua area attractions:

Geocaching in Minoqua Wisconsin

Hemlock Dreams
Trek through the Chequamegon-Nicolet Nation forest and old-growth hemlock to find this treasure.

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1888 Was a Good Year
Discover treasure in a century-old railroad shed that is the only remaining railroad building still standing on the Bearskin trail.

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The Goat Lady's Home
Uncover treasure and the history of the infamous Selma Wikkins, a local squatter who lived under a small bridge with her 20 goats.

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Big Arb Ruins
This hunt will lead you on a beautiful walk to a peninsula of Big Arbor Vitae Lake. Once a place of many vacation homes and cabins, all that is left today are cement foundations and a rock stairway to the lake. Accessible by foot or by boat.

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Eagle's Nest
You will need a boat or kayak to reach the island where this treasure is found. In addition to the cache, you will find an up-close view of an eagle's nest.

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