Hiding a cache – figuring out park boundaries

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    I live in Shorewood and was informed by the ever helpful Brian Russert that a cache I was seeking approval for wasn’t MKE Count Parks land, but Shorewood Park land.

    How do you determine where a proposed cache lies and who to ask permission from?

    The online maps don’t seem to give me enough info.



    Smashing Ground

    If i have questions regarding boundary type things.
    I take the coords and contact 1 of the 2 reviewers and they will tell you.
    seems to work for me



    Oh, I was worrying I was bothering them! And actually, the situation I was referring to, the reviewer thought it was MKE Co park land and Russert told me no.

    Thanks for the help.



    It sure would be nice if they had lines painted on the ground telling where all the boundries are kinda like on the cartoons.



    Google Earth works well for finding boundaries. They are usually pretty close to exact. Just make sure to check the “parks” box on the left.

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