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GeoCaching

"Cache" in on all that the GIHP has to offer: Geocaching is a family-friendly, treasure-seeking adventure that's sweeping the globe. All you need to participate is a handheld Global Positioning System (GPS) unit or GPS-enabled cell phone, the geocaches you wish to seek, and a spirit of adventure! Four caches are located at the GIHP. The information on where these caches are located is listed below:

CoC Main Gate
N 33˚ 39.865 W 083˚ 55.879
Code: GC1TGCF
Welcome to the Georgia International Horse Park, a 1400-acres world-class, multi-purpose facility opened in 1995 prior to the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games.

CoC Olympic Rings
N 33˚ 40.360 W 083˚ 55.959
Code: GC1TGC8
The Georgia International Horse Park hosted in the summer of 1996 the Atlanta Centennial Olympic Games and served as the venue for equestrian, first-ever mountain biking competition, and the final two events of the modern
pentathlon.

CoC Horsepower
N 33˚39.654 W 083˚ 55.890
Code: GC1T1XW
Clue: The name of the cache is relevant and a hint in and of itself!

CoC Arboretum
N 33˚ 39.473 W 083˚ 55.890
Code: GC1TGCN
Enjoy a walk under a canopy of trees to discover this cache. The memorial arboretum was created by the Rockdale County Master Gardeners and features five acres of wooded pathways.
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