|DIY Summer Camp - Take a Hike at Big Hill Springs|
|DIY Summer Camp - Try Geocaching|
Getting started is very easy once you create an account and each cache you find is stored on your mobile app to help you keep track of your history. Once you have an account and a mobile app, head out to the nearest natural area or park and, guaranteed, there will be a handful of geocaches to find nearby.
Start with the easy ones that are larger and work your way down in size as you get more experienced. And don’t forget to bring along small treasures or toys to leave in each cache if you want to trade for something that you’ll find inside.
My next four suggestions are all covered in my newest story for Calgary's Child Magazine including my top five favourite parks and natural areas to explore in Calgary.
To read the full story, follow this link to DIY ‘Summer Camp’ on a Budget - Try a Walk on the Wild Side in Calgary this Summer!
|DIY Summer Camp - Find a new favourite park or natural area to explore|