Turtle Bay hosts GPS Adventures Starting May 1


What: Turtle Bay Exploration Park announces GPS Adventures exhibition opens May 1

When: May 1 through Sep 6

Where: Turtle Bay Exploration Park

Cost: FREE with Park admission ($14 for adults & $10 for Seniors and Children)

Get lost in the maze and learn how to find your way using GPS!

GPS Adventures sets you on a course for hidden treasure … all you need is a GPS unit and a sense of adventure.

Live at Turtle Bay Exploration Park, May 1 through September 6, 2010, US Bank presents, GPS Adventures, a life-sized maze exhibition introducing visitors to cutting-edge Global Positioning Systems (GPS) through Geocaching – a family-friendly treasure hunting game. More than 3 million people around the world are on the hunt for nearly a half million hidden treasures. In addition to hidden booty, these geocachers are finding the real treasure: reconnecting with family, community and nature in a meaningful way.

Created by Groundspeak, the founders of geocaching.com, and Minotaur Mazes, GPS Adventures takes visitors on a mind-bending journey in search of their secret treasure city. Navigating around obstacles and deciphering mysterious codes are all part of the adventure ultimately inspiring visitors to get up off the couch and into the great outdoors in new and exciting ways. This exhibition is FREE with Park admission ($14 for adults & $10 for Seniors and Children).

Craving more after visiting the giant indoor maze? Rent a GPS unit (for $5) and set out exploring the Turtle Bay campus in search of hidden caches on your own outdoor GPS Adventure. The thrill is in the hunt!

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