We have just launched 12 geocaches* across the Avalon under our PN Active at Home YouTube series. These geocaches are the first batch of what we hope to make a province-wide initiative.

Our goal is to get students and their parents active and out exploring their community, but this initiative is also a great activity to do with students in schools, as some of the caches have been placed near the community’s school.

In this video, we provide some basic steps to familiarize the students with what they can expect from geocaching and where they can find the 12 that we’ve hid across the Avalon.

Video: Geocaching 101 with PN Active at Home

*As of June 4, we have 23 geocaches live across the province. 


#1  Torbay – Silver Mine Path
#2  St. John’s Virginia River Walk
#3  Paradise – Adams Pond
#4  Mt. Pearl – Trail Way
#5  St. John’s – Waterford River Walk
#6  Goulds – Bidgoods Park
#7  Bay Bulls – Lighthouse Trail
#8  Ferryland – Caplin Bay Trail
#9  Bay Roberts – Trail at end of Central Street
#10  Carbonear – Dr. Davis Earle Trail
#11  New Harbour – Willies Walking Trail
#12  CBS – CBS Trail Way

Updated Nov 19th:

#13  Clarenville – Myra Place
#14  Lethbridge – Old Railway Track
#15  Bonavista – Cape Shore Road
#16  Eastport – Trail between Happy Adventure & Sandy Cove
#17  Glovertown (Coming Soon)
#18  Gander – Cobbs Pond
#19  Botwood – Green space behind Memorial Academy
#20  Grand Falls-Windsor – Big Corduroy Pond
#21  Deer Lake – Deer Lake Walking Trail
#22  Gros Morne – Near Rocky Harbour Pond
#23  Port aux Basque – Trail near Second Pond
#24  Goose Bay (Coming Soon)
#25  Labrador City (Coming Soon)
#26  Hopedale