Lower Platte South
Natural Resources District
protecting lives, protecting property, protecting the future

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lakes and wildlife areas
wildwood lake
timber point lake
red cedar lake
meadowlark lake
cottontail lake
merganser lake
wild plum lake
tanglewood lake
Little Salt Springs
trails and conservation corridors
mopac east trail
oak creek trail
lied bridge
homestead trail
lincoln saline wetland nature center
whitehead saline wetland

GPS / Geocaching

Students using a GPS receiver The NRD has established rules for geocaching on its community wetlands management areas, trails and wildlife management areas.

Geocaching is an activity that uses Global Positioning System technology to find hidden items. The items are usually sealed containers with a logbook and inexpensive trinkets inside. The finder makes an entry in the logbook, takes something out of the cache, puts something else in, and then returns the cache to the spot where they found it. Several geocaches on NRD land are registered at www.geocaching.com.

The NRD wants to keep caches from being hidden in places that may have an adverse environmental impact, places that might be in the path of prescribed burns or places that are unsafe. That's why we have an easy permitting process for anyone wanting to establish a geocache on NRD public access land.
Click here for a permit