Event Info

Only events sponsored by IGO and its members will be detailed on this page. Please visit our Events Map page for a clickable map and list of many more events in and around Iowa and the mid-west.

Only events posted from the Iowa Geocachers Organization account are recognized and sanctioned by IGO. Feel free to promote IGO at any/all events but please refrain from using the IGO name unless your event is formally endorsed by the IGO Events Committee and subsequently posted using the IGO account at Geocaching.com.

Upcoming event caches in IOWA include...


Proposed future events include:

  • Sioux County Geocaching Club CITO Geocaching Event -

    Head on over to Orange City and join in the fun! Our headquarters for the event will be the Orange City outdoor pool shelter house. We are hoping for a great day of caching fun at this CITO geocaching event!

    8:00AM - - We will spend time in teaching anyone who would like to learn how to geocache or just brush up on their geo-skills. Boy Scout's will be able to work on their geocaching badge with Scout leaders. We will be providing GPS units to borrow (bring ID to check one out). All youth attending (15 years of age and younger) need to attend with an adult.

    9:30am - - Registration for the CITO and Geocaching Event. Grab a Signal CITO Geocaching bag and head out to find the new geocaches that will be uploaded just for those attending the event. New geocaches will be located within a 10 mile radius so transportation to FTF's will be necessary. There are several existing caches and a few new ones within walking distance and on paved pathways for those who attend.

    12:30am - - We'll start setting up for the potluck so bring something to share if you are staying! We will provide main dish such as hot dogs and/or hamburgers.

    1:00pm- - We'll wrap-up by announcing a few awards and thank you all for attending!

    Saturday, June 25, 2016


Shaded dates in the calendar below indicate Iowa event cache (or proposed event) dates for 2012.


MOGA (Mid-West Open Geocaching Adventure) is NOT an IGO event. In fact, it started as a SLAGA (St. Louis Area Geocachers Assoc.) event and has evolved into a mid-west tradition that may pass from one organization to another. Even though IGO has never been involved in planning or hosting this event, we have had a small contingent of cachers from Iowa present at the last couple of MOGA’s...and those who attended have had a good time despite some trying conditions. MOGA is a great early-Spring outing for anyone who enjoys geocaching and IGO encourages all members to consider participation in this event.
Open the Official MOGA Web Site