Geocaching Made Simple with Newbie Kit from Cache Advance

Spokane, Washington-based Cache Advance, an outdoor supplier of geocaching equipment, has developed a Newbie Kit that provides all the basic equipment needed for families to begin geocaching adventures.

This geocaching kit has everything needed to get started in the fun and entertaining adventure game for GPS users, according to a news release.

All people need to do is add a handheld GPS device and start tracking hidden treasures.

Many RV parks and campgrounds are embracing geocaching as low-cost entertainment for its guests.

The Newbie Kit Contains:

  • Micro cache (engraved geocache for easy identification in the wilderness
  • Trackable tag
  • Rite in the Rain log papers
  • Rite in the Rain logbook
  • Rite in the Rain stash notes
  • Official geocaching sticker
  • Decryption key
  • Geo creed
  • Permanent marker
  • Pencils
  • Assorted plastic bags

Price: $21.95

“We think that our Dr. B’s Newbie Kit would be a perfect product to introduce campers and campground managers to geocaching,” said Lisa Breitenfeldt, president and CEO of Cache Advance.

“It’s a perfect gift for new cachers, teachers, group leaders, or if you are just getting started in your new addiction…er… hobby.”

Happy Caching!!


Cache Advance Inc.

Cache Advance Inc. is an outdoor gear company specializing in Geocaching Repair Kits, Newbie Kits, and other caching gear/items such as camouflage paint and tape, and Official Geocaching gear, sneaky caches, gear for your geo-dog, and more.

Cache Advance

Cache Advance carries over 200 outdoor gear products for geocaching and related activities.

Based in Spokane, Washington, they ship to locations all over the world—they’ve shipped to six continents.

Their warehouse in Spokane has affectionately been named the Cache Cave and are available for tours/shopping by appointment.

Phone: (509) 720- 8382


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There is a peculiar pleasure in riding out into the unknown. A pleasure which no second journey on the same trail ever affords.
—Edith Durham

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