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Geocaching

Organized in four editions, the Eugene, Cascades & Coast GeoTour stretches from the Oregon Coast to the crest of the Cascades. This is Oregon's first GeoTour in partnership with Geocaching.com.

Follow your GPS on an exploration of Oregon's best kept secrets and spectacular places. The entire GeoTour covers more than 200 miles along scenic highways with 143 exciting caches. Each edition has its own passport and can be completed within a one to two days. Plan on a week to complete the whole tour.

  • Geocaching is a fun, interactive way to explore Oregon from the coast to the Cascades
  • Discover scenic, historic and cool spots off the beaten path
  • Find treasures, trinkets, local deals and earn collectible Geocoins
  • Family-friendly, easy for all ages and abilities

Let the Game Begin!

Learn all about geocaching right here! It's free, and all you need is a GPS-enabled device, which could even be your smart phone. Follow a few simple steps to get started.

The caches cover a variety of diverse terrain and not all sites are accessible year round. Before setting out, go to Tripcheck.com and call 511 for current road and weather conditions. The Adventure Center in Springfield, just off Interstate 5 is the tour hub and a convenient start or finish for all of the editions. If you have mobility limitations, contact Adventures@EugeneCascadesCoast.org to learn about adapted tours.

What's Being Said

"They [the caches] were interesting, informative, and a nice variety. I loved visiting places I'd never been to or even knew about. I will definitely return to some of the places." - Parkdale, OR

"I can't believe how many times I have passed by here without knowing what a great area to get out and stretch the legs this is." - Bartramb

"I've always wanted to visit this place and now that I've seen how wonderful it is. . . I can't wait to come back. Thank you for the opportunity!" - Ksuzuki007

"It was a beautiful day and the terrain was wonderful. If anyone ever wanted to see the geographical content of Oregon then I would take them on a GeoTour!" - Writech