Geocaching at Boy Scout Camp
If you are part of a Boy Scout camp or other gathering, consider including geocaching as part of the event. Be creative, and combine geocaching with other activities. For example, you could use geocaching as a team building exercise that will get the Boy Scouts geared up and excited about camp.
Divide the group into sections. A good way to do this might be to group the Boy Scouts with whomever they are bunking and the Boy Scout leader responsible for them. This will help them bond quickly and feel like a team. Give each group a GPS device. Depending upon the ages of the Boy Scouts, you may want to go ahead and have the geocaching waypoints already loaded on the GPS devices.
You can have one or several geocaches prepared. For instance, you might want to have all of their name badges ready and waiting at the first geocache, supplies the Boy Scouts will need at the second geocache and so on. Have special prizes or awards for the group of Boy Scouts who find all of the geocaches first, with honors for second and third runners up as well.
If you need tips on setting up geocaches, read What is Geocaching?
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