As the OBCZ Wiki seems to have disappeared once again I thought it might be helpful to set out the other various ways of trying to find an OBCZ.
The first place to look is the 'Go Hunting' pages found by clicking on 'Go Hunting' on the 'Books & People' drop down menu. From there you click on the 'country' and then 'state/province' you are interested in. This gives you a list of 'cities', those with 'globes' against have OBCZs. Click on the 'city' and this will take you to a list of zones ( this is my home town http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/37039
). The ones with a globe against them are OBCZs. Click on each one to find the address and what books have been released there and not yet 'caught'. If it is a long time since a book was released there it is possible that the OBCZ is now defunct but it is only possible to be sure by making a visit. If you discover that a listed OBCZ no longer exists please report it on this forum so that the globe may be removed.
It is also worth looking at the OBCZ directory on Library Thing which you will find here http://www.librarything.com/local_directory.php?...
Just click on the state/province/county you are interested in and you will get a list of venues which you can click on for more information. The great advantage of this directory is the maps. Click on 'full page' on one of the venue maps and then wander around the area to your hearts delight clicking on the dots to discover other OBCZs, Little Free Libraries etc. Here is a full page map based on the Foresters Arms OBCZ in Colchester http://www.librarything.com/---/Foresters-Arms
you should be able to click and hold down to drag the map around and I can scroll on my mouse to change the scale but you may have to experiment to see how it works for you.
If you have an iPhone I recommend the free app that lets you make use of this information on the move. In my view it is a must have app for anyone interested in books. https://itunes.apple.com/---/id431326874?...
If anyone wants to add their own ideas feel free.