Geocaching in the Lincoln Community Forest

The Bayfield Regional Conservancy has created a geocaching series to highlight trails and properties they helped protect. The Lincoln Community Forest hosts two of these geocaches.

Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. Geocaching is a great way to find beautiful trails and places you wouldn’t normally hear about. Below are the official cache numbers and GPS coordinates to find each cache.
What do you need?

The only necessities are a GPS device or a GPS-enabled mobile phone so that you can navigate to the cache. If you wish to log your finds online, you’ll also need a account.


  1. If you take something from the geocache (or “cache”), leave something of equal or greater value.
  2. Write about your find in the cache logbook.
  3. Log your experience at We’d also love if you’d take a photo while caching and post it to our Facebook page. Try to be sneaky so as to not give away the location.


Official numbers
and GPS coordinates 

Big Ravine Trail 
GC5ZP7J —N 46° 49.063, W 090° 49.422

Brownstone Trail – 2 Caches
GC5Y68Y—N 46° 48.513, W 090° 49.194
GC5Y69R—N 46° 47.822, W 090° 49.852

Cornucopia Beach
GC5ZP86 —N 46° 51.517, W 091° 6.170

Frog Bay Tribal National Park
GC5ZP9Y —N 46° 54.598, W 090° 47.161

Lincoln Community Forest – 2 Caches
GC5ZP8W —N 46° 21.500, W 090° 58.993
GC5ZP98 —N 46° 21.413, W 091° 0.112

North Pikes Creek Wetlands 
GC5ZPA7 —N 46° 51.354,  W 090° 52.357