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Big fans of geocaching here too. They're all over, either close to home or when on a day out, and it's great fun. What I love is that there's nothing to buy. It's free fun (well, as long as you've a smart phone!).
We do this all the time with Geocatching. It's great fun, the kids love it. There's no 'treasure' though, usually a strange pebble, a few sticker and a log book. www.geocaching.com
Sounds like fun, worth a go. We did a similar thing at Epcot using special spy phones and the children had to find the answers before getting the next clue. They loved it.
There is a beautiful private gardens in my area who has just introduced a treasure hunt using your smartphone as a GPS devise to work your way around. I'm contemplating taking my 6 and 7 year old for a nice day out. What do others think about this as a fun activity for young-ish kids? Good idea? I'm in two minds to be honest.
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