Geocaching

zombie-geo-questThe “Real Woodbury” in Meriwether County has launched “The Real Woodbury Zombie Geo Quest”. Come and explore haunted cemeteries, lonely roads and eerie hangouts to find the zombie caches. Fill your passport with body parts and weapons, but watch out for zombies that may be lurking around. Visit several historic sites, places of interest and film sites of the The Walking Dead television series. You will be looking for 12 ammo cans and you will need to find, log and stamp your passport at all 12 geocaches in order to earn a free trackable travel tag unique to this geoquest.

Click the links to download your passport to “The Real Woodbury Zombie Geo Quest”: Page 1 | Page 2

rail-questMeriwether County has launched its second geocaching trail – this time in the city of Manchester. Manchester, Georgia has a long history in the railroad history, in fact just about everywhere you look, you can find images of trains. Encouraged by LaGrange Industrialist Fuller Callaway, Manchester’s original train industry was the AB&A (Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Railway), which chose Manchester for its strategic location. Tracks from Birmingham merged with tracks from Atlanta and together went south to the Atlantic Ocean. The line is now operated by CSX. Mr. Callaway also built a cotton mill in the city.

Today our Rail-Quest journey takes you through some of the historical rail sites as well as some of the city’s more contemporary points of interest. Fill your passport with rail cars, crossing signs and track images. You will be looking for 11 ammo cans and you will need to find, log and stamp your passport at all 11 geocaches in order to earn a free trackable travel tag unique to this Rail-Quest. If you want to learn more about geocaching, log on to http;//www.geocaching.com, create a free account and join the fun. To get your passport visit the Warm Springs-Meriwether County Regional Visitor Information Center located at 1 Broad Street, Warm Springs, GA or download it below to start “clicking along”.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR Rail-Quest journey Passport.

For more information or questions, contact Meriwether County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism at 706-655-2558 or email meriwetherchamber@windstream.net.