Geocaching at Coweta Co Parks & Rec Facilities

Geocaching is a high-tech outdoor treasure-hunting game played with a GPS-capable device. Locate hidden containers called "caches," trade items of equal or greater value found in some larger caches and then sign the logbook before sharing your experience online. After obtaining coordinates and hints from, you can begin your search. Download the free app. Nearly all Coweta County parks and recreation facilities contain caches; visit the website link for the full list.

Hours of Operation

Opens 30 minutes before sunrise and closes 30 minutes after sunset

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Geocache Locations

These parks currently have geocaches hidden in them:

Andrew Bailey Park – 1011 Andrew Bailey Rd, Sharpsburg

Brown’s Mill Battlefield – 155 Millard Farmer Rd, Newnan

Central Park – 172 Robinson Lake Rd, Newnan

Grantville Park – 23 Colley St, Grantville

Hunter Complex – 2970 E Hwy 16, Sharpsburg

Madras Park – 2355 Hwy 29 N, Newnan

Leroy Johnson Park – 6646 E Hwy 16, Senoia

Temple Avenue Complex – 39 Hospital Rd, Newnan

Welcome Park – 1792 Welcome Rd, Newnan

Learn More About Newnan!

As Coweta’s county seat, this town has plenty to talk about. Like the fact that it has not one but six National Register Historic Districts. And it’s home to the country’s second-largest state park, Chattahoochee Bend State Park.