What is Frolf? Frisbee Golf, of course. It's more commonly known as Disc Golf. But lets face it, calling it Disc Golf is not funny. Calling it Frolf is. I suppose Dolf is kind of funny, but not as funny as Frolf. I'm sure you've seen one of these things before. This is a Disc Golf "Hole". It seems to be usually called a goal or a basket, but we're going to call them holes for the purposes of this cache.
The Coordinates at the top of the page will take you to a kiosk, or sign, if you will. This lists sponsors for the 18 holes of the Ellicott Creek Park Frolf course. There are always at least 1 sponsor per hole, and a maximum of 5. You just need to do a little work looking at the sponsors for given holes to figure out where the end cache is, a lock-n-lock container that I'd describe as just barely a normal sized, as opposed to small size. The end cache coordinates are in the format:.
The end cache is well under 1/2 mile away. You can probably drive your vehicle within about 400 feet of it. But why not walk it like a Frolfer would? No crazy bushwacking is required!! Look for a way in, there definitely is one. Once you find this easy way in, this is a very simple traditional hide in the woods I'd describe as 1 star difficulty, assuming my coordinates are good. Please re-cover well, as there is some kids "teepee building" activity in the woods. And don't worry about all those 3-leaved plants near the cache, they're wild raspberry, not poison ivy. Trust me.
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