NYC's most visited cache

The most visited geocache in NYC is "Snug as a Bug in Central Park" GC12F8M. Snug as a Bug in Central Park is a great stop for many travel bugs. This cache has been found over 6600 times since April 2007. Snug as a Bug has been visited by cachers from all 50 states and dozens of countries. Nice hide by adisonbr. If you would like to see Central Park you may want to visit another geocache by addisonbr Bridges & Arches of Central Park GC17MX1

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Originally Jeremy Jacobowitz (*Jeremy*) started a NYC Geocaching group on Facebook for Geocachers with an interest in NYC to socialize, exchange ideas and experiences. Some geocachers who are not on Facebook and still have in interest in NYC Geocaching wanted a place to learn about what is going on in NYC and the many geocaches. This is how this site was born. The Facebook page is growing and this site is another outlet for people to go to learn about NYC Geocaching.

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Events in NYC and surrounding area

The next event in NYC is the Ghouly get together II. Sunday, October 26, 2014 3 PM till we leave Pine Restaurant (in the Holiday Inn) 37-10 114th Street Corona, NY 11368

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What is Geocaching?

The official description is "Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location." In NYC the "container" can be smaller than a dime. Because we have so many muggles (non cachers) it is hard to have the geocache out in the open or a big container as they hide in less populated areas. The largest cache I have found was a Jeep.