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So back in '08 I tried placing a cache that was shot down. It really turned me off of caching for a long time, I'm thinking of getting back into it, but need to know if Mi. is still full of BS when it comes to placing caches, or if the mods stopped being over bearing about having to have permits?

Sorry if this sounds harsh, but I when you come from one area where its as simple as placing the cache and then adding it to the site, then move to a state where it's a major PitA, it gets frustrating.

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So back in '08 I tried placing a cache that was shot down. It really turned me off of caching for a long time, I'm thinking of getting back into it, but need to know if Mi. is still full of BS when it comes to placing caches, or if the mods stopped being over bearing about having to have permits?

Sorry if this sounds harsh, but I when you come from one area where its as simple as placing the cache and then adding it to the site, then move to a state where it's a major PitA, it gets frustrating.

 

It all depends on where exactly you want to place a cache. Some communities and park systems(State of Michigan, Metroparks, etc) require that you have a permit in place and/or get permission. After all, it is their property. One city in particular bans all geocaches on city property! Some communities/park systems don't have a set of guidelines so it's a free-for-all as far as the caches go. It all boils down to getting permission and being wise about your placement of caches. Good luck!

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