Geocaching: A Modern Day Treasure Hunt

Geocaching is technology-driven treasure hunt that combines the use of smart devices and the outdoors, engaging GPS tracking to find cache boxes. Caches can look like anything, from a tupperware container to a birdhouse or fake rock, and can either be hidden or in plain site. Once a caches is found and opened, geocachers then sign the log book inside the cache before moving on to the next challenge!

Berkeley County, WV is the #1 most-favorited county for geocaching in the world! With more than 57 active caches that have earned more than 100 favorite points, Berkeley County is an unforgettable adventure that offers challenging caches for all experience levels. We do this by partnering with amazing cache creator WVTm and offering geotrails that reward geocachers with a commemorative, trackable coin. There are three active geotrails Smart Caches of Berkeley County, Mystery Caches of Berkeley County,and the most recent being Berkeley Gadgets.

 
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Berkeley Gadgets GeoTour!

On June 8, 2019, the Martinsburg-Berkeley County CVB and WVTim launched Berkeley Gadgets GeoTour, in partnership with Geocaching Headquarters. This trail features 18 new caches by WVTim and is part of the Berkeley Gadgets GeoTour - the 1st geotour for Berkeley County! Passports for this trail are available at the CVB, 126 E. Race Street, Martinsburg, WV 25401, as well as the I-81 Northbound and Southbound Welcome Centers.

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Our active trails.

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Smart Caches of Berkeley County

92 coins are currently available.

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Berkeley Gadgets Geotrail

81 coins are currently available.

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Mystery Caches of Berkeley County

0 coins are currently available.