Hello adventure seekers! You have found the Visit Topeka Geocache headquarters. Our geotour will take you to many locations across our beautiful city where you will want to stop, explore, play and learn. Collect all the caches on the Visit Topeka Geo Tour and log them on! Want to learn about other outdoor activities to take part in while here? Look no further! Check out these blogs that will help you plan your trip solo or with the family. Make sure to share your geocaching photos with us on Instagram using #geocacheTopeka!

Visit Topeka GeoTour Locations

A Good Place to Dig Potatoes - N 39° 02.810 W 095° 40.71
State Capitol

Go Back to School - N 39° 02.919 W 095° 41.146
Topeka High School

Blooming Arts - N 39° 04.135 W 095° 39.963

Lil Cache on the Prairie - N 39° 05.821 W 095° 36.507
Iliff Commons

Shawnee Lake is a Beautiful Lake - N 39° 00.738 W 095° 37.902
Lake Shawnee

By the Chapel - N 39° 02.056 W 095° 42.179 
Washburn University

Mansion Cache - N 39° 03.867 W 095° 45.003

Cedar Crest

The Spy Shack - N 39° 01.173 W 095° 42.644
Shunga Trail

Jayhawk Area, Shawnee, Cache to Eagle #4 - N 39° 03.471 W 095° 46.613
Kansas Museum of History

Above Yon Rooftops - N 39° 00.281 W 095° 44.453
Burnett's Mount

Cheap Date Night - N 39° 02.170 W 095° 46.006
Regal West Ridge

New To Geocaching?

Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. This game is played in Topeka and all over the world. You can download the geocaching app on your smart phone to get started! Once you find the geocache, sign your name on the log sheet and place it back where you found it. If there are trinkets inside the cache you can take one as long as you replace it with something of equal value! To find out more about geocaching, visit


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