Discover Milwaukee’s Neighborhoods on a high tech treasure hunt! Our GeoTour takes you on a trek from Lake Michigan’s stunning shoreline to the Village of Wauwatosa’s historic downtown, through green space galore in our award-winning Milwaukee County Parks to the storefronts of Brady Street’s chic boutiques and cozy coffee shops. And that’s just the start…
Grab a GPS-enabled device and find out what makes 15 of Milwaukee’s neighborhoods so distinctive. Along the way you’ll learn about the area’s history, fun things to do there and little-known fast facts! For a virtual sneak peak of where you’re heading, check out the tabs below.
Click here to see a listing of all 15 geocaches and download them to your GPS device to get started now!
All of our first-edition GeoCoins have been claimed!
100 lucky geocachers completed the GeoTour and turned in completed passports to earn a limitied-edition Discover Milwaukee’s Neighborhoods Geocoin trackable.
Download the new version of the Milwaukee Neighborhood Expert Passport and fill it in along the way of the GeoTour to be added to a special distribution list. That list will receive the news FIRST when we have a new edition or our GeoCoin or offer prizes from VISIT Milwaukee.
New to Geocaching?
Geocaching is a modern day, outdoor hi-tech treasure hunt where you use a specific set of GPS coordinates and clues to locate a geocache (container) hidden at a secret location. The coordinates for each hidden geocache are listed on Geocaching.com.
Once a geocache is located, you sign the log book inside the container and report that you found it on Geocaching.com. The geocache must be returned to its hiding spot when you’re finished for additional geocachers to discover.
Check out this video for more tips on Geocaching: