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About Letterboxing

Letterboxing is an intriguing “treasure hunt” style outdoor activity. Letterboxers hide small, weatherproof boxes in publicly-accessible places (like parks) and post clues to finding the box online on one of several Web sites. However, clues to finding some of the most highly-sought boxes are passed around by word of mouth.

There are about 60,000 active letterboxes listed on LbNA alone. Individual letterboxes usually contain a log book, an often hand-carved rubber stamp and occasionally contain an ink pad. Finders make an imprint of the letterbox’s stamp on their personal log book, and leave an imprint of their personal stamp on the letterbox’s logbook.

Letterboxer stamping into their logbook

What’s New?

  1. Surprise Regional Library Surprise, AZ
  2. The Butterfly Derby, CT
  3. Sunflower Seed Los Angeles, CA
  4. My Mother's Heart is Like a Rose Pittsburg, TX
  5. Old Town Series: Pío Pío’s Procession San Diego, CA
  6. Old Town Series: A Garden for Conejito San Diego, CA
  7. Coconut Coast Punta Cana, DR
  8. Garvin Cumberland, RI
  9. Cemetery Flower #4 Bethany, CT
  10. The Nature Girls Randolph, NJ
  11. Peace ✌️ Knoxville, TN
  12. Señor Sticky Toes Crossville, TN
More new letterboxes

Most Recently Found

  1. Girl Scout Troop 3915 Kansas City, MO
  2. Through the Looking Glass Fairborne, OH
  3. Brownie Elf Earns Her Safety Award Pin Clarks Summit, PA
  4. A World of Girls Clarks Summit, PA
  5. The Windmills of Your Mind! ???, MA
  6. Downtown Freeport Freeport, ME
  7. Inky Boy Goes to Freeport, Maine Freeport, ME
  8. Lost Dog-Long Haired Chihuahua Freeport, ME
  9. Don't Lose Your Head Hollywood, CA (1/5)
  10. Smores Newcomb, NY (1/2)
  11. Indian Hill Cemetery – Come See the Trees Middletown, CT (4/4)
  12. His Daddy's Tree Kernville, CA

Tip of the Day

While editing a clue, you can enter transfer the ownership of the clue to another member by entering their ID in the Clue Owner field. You can find out their member ID by using menu Members > Search for Members.

Image of the Day

Image of the Day
Fall Foliage, Shenandoah National Park, VA - photo by Silver Eagle