2018 Cache Dash Splash

This year’s passport for the coin challenge will be available to download the week of the event, on or about September 10, or you can pick up a copy of the passport at the Saturday morning check-in event.  This year we return to the Long Beach Peninsula for the new caches, so no long drives are required unless you plan to geocache beyond the local area!


2017 Cache Dash Splash

There are very limited quantities of geocoins remaining for the 2017 Cache Dash Splash III — Behind Bars challenge.  You can download and print a copy of the passport here: Bounty Hunter Passport. You can contact the Long Beach Visitor Information Bureau at funbeach.com to find out the current status of coin availability or to claim your coin once you’ve finished the challenge.

Please keep in mind that the geocaches for the 2017 coin challenge are spread out between Long Beach and Raymond, WA, so allow about an hour’s driving time each way, plus the time you’ll need to find the geocaches.

 


2016 Cache Dash Splash

There are also still available a very limited quantity of the 2016 Cache Dash Splash Treasure Chest Coins.  If you’re interested in completing this challenge, you’ll need to pick up a passport booklet from the Long Beach Visitor Information Center to get started.  Several of the caches have been archived, so just do your best to find the remaining caches listed in the booklet in order to claim one of these special coins for your collection.

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