First download the Google Earth App for smartphone devices. Then access this webpage via your smartphone device. Select the desired KML file below for download. When downloaded, select “Share” and select “Google Earth App”. The file should open within the app as a “Project”. If the file is not visible, select “Projects” from the left drop down tab in Google Earth and select the Eye icon for viewing.
For other desired viewing methods, the following spreadsheet has coordinate locations for all items.
Geocache Trail (Click here to download KML file):
Geocaching is a real-world outdoor treasure hunt! Players use GPS enabled technology (smart phone or GPS) to locate hidden containers called geocaches! The Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA), through the Atchafalaya Basin Program, renewed the geocaches containers and locations to provide a fun-filled activity for all to enjoy. Twenty-two locations were identified in and around the Atchafalaya Basin that are integral to the history, culture, and importance of the area. Each geocache is accessible by road, has an informational description of the area and its importance to the Atchafalaya Basin, and a trinket surprise! Trinkets are for fun and trade. Remember to trade the item for an item of equal value for the next geocache finder! Photos of your exploration and finds are welcomed at CPRA’s email: email@example.com titled “Atchafalaya Basin Program-geocache”.
Primitive Campsites (Click here to download KML file):
With these campsites, we invite you to get away from it all and do some communicating with nature. Be bold, free, wild, adventurous, and carefree at any one of the campsites identified with a metal post marked PC #.
Please note, the conditions of these campsites are subject to natural influences of the Atchafalaya River and associated wildlife.
Public Boat Launches (Click here to download KML file):
With these boat launches, we invite you to explore the Atchafalaya River Basin.