Welcome to the Minnesota Geocaching Association

The purpose of the MnGCA is to provide a resource for Minnesota geocachers to organize activities and events that will improve the credibility of the sport, protect our natural resources and strengthen the community of geocachers in the state of Minnesota. Our responsibilities include holding educational, social and informational activities to increase awareness of our sport; to sponsor reports, meetings, and workshops for MnGCA members and the public on a wide area of topics, primarily about responsible land use and geocaching; and to work with local, county, and state governments to promote geocaching as a family-oriented outdoor activity.

Congratulations to Trailbuds for creating Boiling Springs - September 2014 Cache of the Month

Congratulations Trailbuds

The September 2014 Cache of the Month is Boiling Springs
nominated by TheCachin8tor

2014 Coins

Click HERE to order your 2014 MnGCA geocoin!


You can have your coins delivered to your home by the postal service (for a small extra fee), or pick the coin up at an upcoming MnGCA event for free! To pick up at event, either note on your WILL ATTEND log that you would like to pick up, or email board@mngca.org to express your desire to take delivery at the event. Order yours today!

12 Annual CITO Weekend

On the days around April 26, scores of Minnesota geocachers dedicated their time in cleaning up parks and geocaching friendly areas during CITO (Cache In Trash Out) events all around the State. Keeping the public lands enjoyable for everyone and being good stewards of the lands are key components of geocaching.

Congratulations to the 2014 T-Shirt designer: Rude Rat

The design has been chosen! Very nice design, indeed!

The ordering process will begin later this week. Orders will be accepted through March 20, 2014.

Congratulations to bflentje for creating For Your Eyes Only - 2013's Cache of the Year

Congratulations bflentje!

The 2013 Cache of the Year is GC47072: For Your Eyes Only
Nominated By: rjr002

We haven't done a huge number of multi caches but this is, in my opinion, the most challenging yet enjoyable multi stage cache I have seen yet.

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