What a cache! 2017 Geocache Challenge kicks off April 29th
The fifth annual Pocahontas County geocache challenge is sure to have you hooked! Grab your waders and a GPS unit as you navigate your way to the most popular and pristine fishing locations Pocahontas County has to offer. We're known as the Birthplace of Rivers with eight rivers beginning within the county but water doesn't stop flowing there. With scenic lakes and crystal clear streams, Pocahontas County is every fisherman's dream.
Geocaches will be found floating around some of the best fishing hangouts in all of Pocahontas County. The 2017 Geocache Challenge kicks off April 29th at the 31st annual Great Greenbrier River Race. Those in attendance will be the first to receive this year's geocache challenge coordinates! The first to fish out all geocaches will receive a First Finder prize, which will include a free three-hour fly-fishing lesson for two at Knapps Creek Trout Lodge. The 2017 Pocahontas County Geocache Challenge officially runs May 1 - October 31. Families can head to geocaching.com on May 1 and search keywords Pocahontas County: What A Cache for a list of coordinates. Geocache coordinates can also be picked up at the Pocahontas County Convention and Visitor Bureau in Marlinton.
Complete the challenge and receive a custom coin to commemorate your exploration. This is no fisherman's tale! Grab the bait and take yourself on an experience you'll surely never forget!