Trek Ten Trails is a free web-based recreation program launched in 2007 that is designed to get families “off the couch” and outdoors to enjoy nature in Polk County’s many parks and nature preserves. Each cycle highlights different trails with new geocaches which can be located with or without a GPS unit.  Hosted hikes are generally conducted in the fall and spring of each year with an annual celebration in November for those completing a game card.

Call or email Marian for additional info or to be added to our email list.
863-207-5206 or

How to Play

 Review the current list of trail factsheets. Trekkers choose trails to hike and validate their game cards.  Get 10 different stamps on your game card by using the self-inking stamp in the geocache.  The trail factsheets include instructions on how to find the geocache with or without a GPS. Game cards are available at all Polk County libraries and Circle B Bar Reserve or can be downloaded here.  Mail in or email your game card to Marian be eligible for a Certificate of Completion and a souvenir token  at the Annual Celebration. 

Annual Celebration 

 The Annual Celebration is held the second Saturday of November.  The celebration includes refreshments, Certificates of Completion, Path Tags, a Guided Hike,  a Geocaching International Film Festival Reel, and  prize drawings…. then the new Trek Ten Trails cycle begins again.

Game cards due:  November 7. 2022.

Annual Celebration:  November 12, 2022

Hosted Hikes

Don’t want to hike alone, new to the park or geocaching….Join us as we introduce some of the new cache locations.  Hosted hikes start at 9 am.

December 18, 2021 – Lake Kissimmee State Park

January 8, 2022 – Mosaic Peace River Park

February 12, 2022 – Panther Point South

March 12, 2022 – Tenoroc PUA

April 9, 2022 – Green Swamp Hampton Tract

Download Your Game Card

Game cards are available at any Polk County Public Library and at Circle B Bar Reserve.


Locate the geocache by GPS or by following written instructions. Stamp your card and trade items.


Learn about the icons used on geocaches.


Complete information for each hike including GPS coordinates, plus easy-to-follow written instructions to find the cache without a GPS!