The National Park Service says the popular Captain John Smith Geotrail is expanding on the Lower Eastern Shore.
The agency is now providing eleven more areas for – what’s called – geocaching which is a type of treasure hunt in which participants use hand-held GPS devices to plot map coordinates to find a hidden cache.
These new areas will run from Pocomoke to the Virginia Eastern Shore National Wildlife Refuge.. with a debut this Saturday at the Historic Onancock School in Virginia
The trail was originally launched last June with 40 sites on five Chesapeake Rivers.
Officials say more than 5-thousand visits have been recorded since then.