The Seven Wonders of Pike County
Dedicated to the perservation and appreciation of the natural and historical wonders in Pike County, Pennsylvania, through education and recreation.
The Seven Wonders of Pike County is a project supported by a 2009 grant from the Pike County Conservation District and developed by a team from the Delaware Valley High School in Milford, PA. Seven sites were selected as the most remarkable natural or historical wonders in Pennsylvania's Northeasternmost county, all of which are accessible to the public without an admission fee. The seven geocaches or earthcaches have been created to expose the visitor to some marvelous scenery while teaching some important scientific or historical lessons on site.
Rules for Completion of the Seven Wonders series
Geocachers completing all of the requirements for each of the seven sites will receive the limited edition Seven Wonders of Pike County pathtag, while supplies last. Only one pathtag per person/geocaching account. (Note: due to the temporary closure of Child's Park, possibly for the rest of 2012, the pathtag will be awarded to anyone completing the other six wonders and submitting notification to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the Seven Wonders logos on this map of PIke County to view the sites featured in this project:
Video from the event launching the Seven Wonders of Pike County project
TV-13's Evening News featured Geocaching and the Seven Wonders of Pike County in this news story
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