Geocaching & Letterboxing
Geocaching is welcome throughout MOST of the Mark Twain National Forest, but not everywhere. If you are not familiar with this activity, go to www.geocaching.com for more information. The forest does require that geocachers provide forest managers with detailed information about proposed geocaches and obtain permission to place a cache before it is placed. There are also some general guidelines to follow when considering placement of a geocache.
If you are Geocaching on the forest, remember that caching comes with etiquette, and one practice is derived from geocachers' love...