Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

Geocache with the family
Choose your favourite route from the park’s geocaching program – ideal for the whole family

Want to explore the park in a whole new way? Be a modern-day pirate and try your hand at geocaching, a treasure hunt played with a GPS unit.

Several geocaches have been placed throughout the Long Beach Unit of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve and are waiting to be found!

Find a geocache
Find a special geocache

Things to know before getting started

  1. Obtain all the co-ordinates for the geocaches from Use either a GPS, iPhone or Blackberry to find the caches (when using a smartphone, download the geocaching app).
  2. The program is available from May to October. For the most up-to-date information on a particular geocache check the site.
  3. Respect the natural surroundings by staying on marked trails – all geocaches are directly accessible from trails or public areas. 
  4. Please do not leave anything (trade items) inside of the geocaches as they may attract wildlife.
  5. At this time, only Parks Canada staff may place geocaches in the park.
  6. If geocaching with a large number of people, split into groups of 15 or less. This is a precautionary policy to ensure adequate protection of the park’s natural and cultural heritage.

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