Geocaching in Mesa, Arizona!
Visit Mesa has partnered with the experts at Geocaching HQ to bring visitors an incredible hide-and-seek travel quest throughout City Limitless®
Visit Mesa offers 2 uniquely designed GeoTours for family fun and foodie discovery.
Visit Mesa’s Autism Travel GeoTour (GT48C) is a strategic collection of geocaches anchored at many of Mesa’s participating Certified Autism Centers and city parks — these hidden finds will get the whole family hunting and gathering for fun! All ages and all lifestyles from outdoor adventurers to tech-lovers will enjoy the thrill of searching for geocaches on this custom family-friendly tour. Learn more about our Autism Efforts
Find at least 5 geocaches and then visit the Mesa Visitor Center (120 N. Center St., Mesa) during regular business hours to collect a special autism souvenir celebrating your adventure!
New in 2020 Visit Mesa's Fresh Foodie Trail GeoTour (GT49A)! Check out the newest East Valley GeoTour, taking you to the doorstep of Mesa’s farms and the agritourism attractions in our surrounding towns. Learn more about the Fresh Foodie Trail®
Find and log all 10 geocaches and then visit the Mesa Visitor Center (120 N. Center St., Mesa) during regular business hours to collect a very special foodie themed souvenir celebrating your adventure!
**due to Covid our office is closed to the public. To claim your physical souvenir, email your physical mailing address and phone number to: email@example.com
What is geocaching?
Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunting game where players use a mobile app or dedicated GPS device to find cleverly hidden containers called geocaches. Today, there are more than 3 million geocaches in over 190 countries.
Get treasure hunting throughout Mesa in three easy steps!
1 – To access on mobile, download the free Geocaching® app available in your app store
2 – Log in or Sign up and search for the Visit Mesa Autism Travel GeoTour OR Visit Mesa Fresh Foodie Trail Geo Tour and view the current list of geocaches hidden in Mesa and throughout our region
3 – Turn on your ‘Location Services’ and search under GeoTours GT48C (Autism) OR GT49A (Fresh Foodie Trail.
Off you go…! Remember to log your activity on the app and leave a treasure behind for others to find. Happy hunting!
10 Tips Before You Geocache
1. Use your eyes, hands, and geo-senses.
2. Look for something that seems out of place.
3. Geocaches are often disguised.
4. Think like a detective.
5. Geocaches should never be buried.
6. Look high, look low, look around.
7. Respect your surroundings.
8. Check the hint.
9. Watch for previous activity.
10. Be patient. They’re out there!
Mesa makes travel planning easy for families on the spectrum.
Visit Mesa is the first Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) to be certified in the nation! Visit Mesa along with assistance from the City of Mesa and the Mesa Chamber of Commerce has spearheaded the autism certification effort to lead our city to become the 1st Autism Certified City in the Country!Learn More