The Georgia Geocachers Association (GGA) is a group of geocachers whose purpose is to encourage, publicize and support Geocaching in the state of Georgia. We meet monthly to share stories and develop the sport within Georgia.
GGA CITO (April 2018)
By tradition and in honor of Earth Day, GGA's "April meeting" consists of several CITO events around the State in the month of April.
Join the GGA at Red Top Mountain for a CITO event and earn a digital souvenir for CITO week in the process. We will be performing trail maintenance on a section of the Homestead Trail.
See the latest GGA Challenge leaderboard here!
The GGA wants to get you out Geocaching! To help with that, we are going to start some "Challenges” for 2018! Throughout the year, we will present a number of challenges for you to complete.
Challenges will be posted on Sundays. Each challenge period will run from Monday to Sunday. Some may be for just one week, some may be for longer periods. You can choose any cache you want to meet the requirements, but the caches must be found during the applicable challenge period.
To make sure almost everyone can participate, every challenge will have three levels: [more...]
Our March event was a great success! Thank you to everyone who came out and participated in our great event! It was another great turn-out with lots of new faces and old ones. The scavenger hunt was excellent and the selfies were even better! Thanks again to Magnolia Springs State Park for allowing us to hold our event there, the park naturalist for giving a great tour, and for the "Friends of Magnolia Springs" for helping out immensely to make sure we had a great event! We had 36 brand new caches publish during the weekend of the event with 12 brand new caches in the state park. The logs keep coming in and we are happy to see many new cacher's getting the first "FTF's"! Hope to see many others at our next event! [more...]
After working with the Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources Division (WRD), we are pleased to announce an agreement to allow geocaches on Wildlife Management Area's (WMAs). Several of these WMA's have never opened up to geocaching before. [more...]