Lake Redstone LbNA # 49928
|Owner||Verona Bird Patrol|
|Placed Date||Aug 22 2009|
|Last Update||Jul 26 2012|
Go to Lake Redstone County Park. Walk down to the beach. With the water at your back, take the right-hand steps back up to the grassy area. Follow the unmown area up and around to the treeline, where a large Oak stands. Behind the oak is a large rock that overlooks the lake. From this rock. Take a compass reading of 300 degrees to a tree with a large split. From the split tree, head directly north to the debris of a fallen tree. Where a rock and the debris make a hiding place, find box #1.
Next cross the dam to the waterfall. Follow the chain-link fence, from the top or the bottom, to where a wooden beam meets the bottom of the fence. Here, step off the trail and enter the woods. Once inside, see 3 large pine trees to the left/downhill side. The box is hidden where some roots meet the rocks on the waterfall side of the closest pine. Find in the box a frequent visitor of this lake.