Free Printable Geocaching Logs
Several geocache-related websites provide free, printable geocaching logs that you can download and print any time. The Texas Geocaching Association has a page with several printables, including a Microsoft Word template for a mini-logbook. Be sure to print this geocaching log double-sided, as the template provides information and instructions on one side and a log on the other. In addition, since this printable logbook opens as a Word document, you can customize and alter it as you see fit. To download and print this free geocaching log, click here.
TechBlazer offers several free printable geocaching logs to fit inside of various sizes of geocaching containers, such as bison tubes, 35mm film canisters and magnetic keyholders. They even offer geocaching logs for nano caches. Click here to check out the variety of geocache logs you can download and print at TechBlazer.
If you are a member of the Manitoba Geocaching Association, you can download and print PDF versions of their logbooks, which come in three different sizes. The large geocaching logs print two to a page, the medium size logs print three to a page and the smaller logs print four to a page. While you don't have to be a member to print these logs, they do contain the association's logo and a note stating that the cache was hidden by one of their members. Click here to see the logs and even join the association, if you desire (it's free).
Geocacher University offers what it calls an Emergency Geocaching Log along with several other sizes of geocache logbooks from nano cache to match safe to bison tubes. The site also provides tips regarding the best paper to use, how to print the logs and even a video showing precisely how to fold the logbooks after you print it. Visit Geocacher University here.