Ground Pine Path LbNA # 2774
|Placed Date||Sep 20 2002|
|Found By||Onediful (Attempted)|
|Last Update||Jan 9 2011|
A new letterbox was planted on September 20, 2002, at Pocahontas State Park in the Richmond, VA, area by M. Gainey. Pocahontas is located in Chesterfield County.
Once you enter the park, stay straight on the main road. Follow the signs toward the Civilian Conservation Corps Museum. Park in the CCC museum lot.
Go to the trailhead behind the museum. Take the Beaver Lake Trail in the direction of the Ground Pine Path. At the second sign, go in the direction of the Ground Pine Path. At the next sign, take the Ground Pine Path. You will eventually see a large tree with a huge cavity in it on your left. The box is coming up on your right. The box is hidden in a hollow log on your right. If you go as far as the wooden bench, you've gone too far.
Please push the box far enough back inside the log so that it is completely hidden from view because this log is not far from the path. Also cover the box with pieces of bark inside the log because non-letterboxers might be able to see the box from certain points on the path.