What is Geocaching?
Geocaching is an outdoor adventure activity for users of global positioning systems (GPS). Individuals and organizations set up geocaches (caches) all over the world and share their locations, often through the Internet. GPS users can then find the caches through published coordinates and site descriptions. Most commonly, a geocache is an object or container holding small objects for exchange. The finder may remove the enclosed "prize" and leave another, sign a logbook, or utilize a number of variations.
Geocaching may be allowed on Black Warrior & Tombigbee Corps of Engineers property in accordance with all state and local, as well as Code of Federal Regulations Title 36 (CFR 36) rules and regulations, as long as the activity is being conducted in a non-obtrusive manner.