I am looking for a cache-dense area similar to Walnut Creek Park (http://www.geocaching.com/map/getmap.aspx?lat=30.3956&lon=-97.682567 ; ~12 caches) or the Barton Creek Greenbelt (http://www.geocaching.com/map/getmap.aspx?lat=30.3956&lon=-97.682567 ; ~30+ caches). These are two sweet-spots in Austin, Texas. I would like to spend some time in a cache-dense area which is indicative of MKE or WI surroundings.
As mentioned, I will be visiting from DEC 16 - DEC 21. I will likely get out and get my cache on either DEC 19 or DEC 20. Optimally, I would spend a morning or an afternoon caching during either of these two days.
I will be lodging at the Radisson at HWY100. Extended family lives in West Allis and the Menomonee Falls areas. Anything which fits the above mentioned description and is near or semi-near to the places I will be staying/visiting would be nice. I have done some recon using the GC cache maps / Google Earth; Whitnall Park looks like a large-sized park with a good amount of caches. Any other suggestions?
Thanks in advance for any input you folks might have!
Sean Connery WGA Member
Location: Milwaukee, WI USA
Mon Nov 28, 2005 12:20 pm
Hi There, Hey there, Ho there: I just did a few along the root river parkway which is close to West Allis. It is a biking/hiking/walking trail on the southside of town. Check: Root River Dew amd Grandpa's Tool Exchange. These two should lead you to several more along this trail. Good Luck and enjoy winter in Wisconsin.
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