Search the Academic Search Premier database for full text articles on the topic of geocaching.
Some notable reads are:
"Finding Their Way How Geocaching Is an Adventure for All, Including Teens"
"Geocaching: Finding Mathematics in a Global Treasure Hunt"
"Geocaching for Fun and Learning"
"How to Leverage Geocaching to Promote Park and Recreation Events"
"Unlocking Thinking Through and About GPS"
Search the newspaper databases for articles detailing geocaching and actual experiences.
The Palm Beach Post: "Mother, daughter discover geocaching; 4-day treasure hunt planned at Jonathan Dickinson State Park"
"Geocaching is a type of global treasure hunt of people looking for caches, or hidden stashes of objects. Maps, notebooks, and GPS devices are all equipment for geocaching adventures. Participants use navigation skills to find hidden containers, or geocaches. The hobby has changed a little since its start in Oregon in 2000, when it was called geostashing. Geocaching was started by a group of people who were interested in technology and geography. They used GPS devices and the Internet to re-invent the older hobby of letterboxing. Letterboxing is a lot like geocaching, but the clues are provided in booklets or other printed material. Geocaching has evolved from a small hobby to huge, well-organized treasure hunts for people of every age and ability." - National Geographic