Time remains to complete your GeoTour
August 13, 2013
Discover a King County park or trail you’ve never explored before — and earn a commemorative geocoin, too — by taking King County Parks’ GeoTour this summer.
To participate in the King County Parks GeoTour, go to http://1.usa.gov/Q1Nvwm to find the passport, which includes instructions and space for 20 stamps that can be found in geocache boxes hidden at the 20 different locations.
Participants have until Oct. 6 to find all 20 geocaches and collect the 20 stamps to claim their commemorative geocoin.
For more than 30 years, government and nonprofit groups across King County have used the Conservation Futures Tax to protect from development 111,000 acres of land, forests, shorelines, greenways and trails, including gems such as Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park, plus urban parks, greenbelts and agricultural land. Learn more about the program at http://1.usa.gov/RuWgCy.