What does a geocache look like?
Geocaches vary greatly in size and appearance. In the field you will see everything from large, clear plastic containers to film canisters to a fake rock with a secret compartment. So, how do you find the cache? The first step is to get a general idea of the cache’s size. The size is shown on each cache page. A general overview of the cache size graphic is found below. Please note that these are just examples; sizes can vary. Micro – Less than 100ml. Examples: a 35 mm film canister or a tiny storage box typically containing only a logbook or a logsheet. A nano cache is a common sub-type of a micro cache that is less than 10ml and can only hold a small logsheet. Small – 100ml or larger, but less than 1L. Example: A sandwich-sized plastic container or similar. Regular – 1L or larger, but less than 20L. Examples: a plastic container or ammo can about the size of a shoebox. Large – 20L or larger. Example: A large bucket. Other – See the cache description for information. Small, Regular and