Tuttle Creek Treasure Hunt Begins Today

By Quinn O’Hara

Tuttle Creek State Park is hosting another treasure hunt.

Seven numbered wood blocks were hidden along seven trails in the park, one block per trail. Treasure blocks were hidden in Cottonwood, Eagle’s Pass, Western Heritage, Cedar Ridge, Randolph, and Fancy Creek trails. The Tuttle Creek State Park Facebook page will announce a new clue for each trail at 9am each morning of the hunt until all blocks are found.

Successful treasure hunters will claim their prize by uploading a selfie with the block in the comments of the Park’s November 22nd Facebook Post. Hunters will then bring the numbered treasure into the park office, open Monday – Friday 8am-4:30pm to exchange it for the real prize. Each family can only claim one block.

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