Join the Quad Cities Area Cachers at Scott County Park
September 21-23, 2018!

Hike-n-Seek 2018 Timeline of Events

Friday, September 21, 2018

  • 12:30-1:30pm FLC - Jazz-n-Seek @ River House Bar & Grill, Moline, IL
  • 5:30pm Dinner & Annual Meeting @ Wapsi Willy's, Long Grove, IA
    • taco bar tickets available for purchase through event page
    • entertainment TBA!
    • ~7:15pm Annual Meeting begins
 Saturday, September 22, 2018 - IGO Hike-n-Seek 2018

  • 8:30am - Whispering Pines Shelter, Scott County Park
    • pre-loading of GPSr units
    • goodie bags available for first 150 participants
    • pre-ordered shirts available for pick-up (can be purchased through event page)
  • 8:30am - GPSr units are released to owners, GPX file made available to smartphone users
  • 8:30-5:30pm - HnS committee members will be available at Whispering Pines Shelter
  • TBD - limited kayaks will be available for geocaching at Lost Grove Lake, provided by HnS committee
  • 5:30pm - return to Whispering Pines Shelter for potluck dinner 
    • HnS committee will be providing grilled dogs/burgers/etc
    • Cachers with last names beginning A-M please bring a side dish, last names N-Z please bring a dessert
    • Place settings will be provided.
    • Please provide your own beverage!
  • 6:30pm - door prize drawings, announcements
Sunday, September 23, 2018
  • 7:30-8:30am CITO Before Breakfast event
  • 9:00-10:30 Breakfast After CITO event

Important Updates!

Be mindful of where you park your car at Scott County Park!

Only park your car in designated parking spot. Do not park along the side of any road. These are ticketable locations and the rangers will ticket you quickly. There are 100 parking spots at Whispering Oaks shelter with another 100 spots at the adjacent picnic area. If you do not park in a designated spot, you do so at your own risk!

The Quad Cities Marathon is Sunday, September 23!

The marathon is held along the riverfront on both sides of the river. The race crosses three bridges: the Centennial Bridge, the Arsenal Bridge, and the I-74 bridge. The bridges will remain open but their access is greatly limited. If you plan to cross between Iowa and Illinois on Sunday, either wait until the afternoon or plan on using the I-280 or I-80 bridges.