Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt for Teens

Need Easter fun for teens? We’ve talked about Easter Egg Hunt with a Scavenger Hunt Twist and the idea of reinventing the traditional Easter Egg hunt.  It’s especially important to offer an alternative to the traditional Easter Egg Hunt with those children who outgrew the younger kid stuff, yet are too young to be adults.  They need an activity focused…

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Spring Into a Scavenger Hunt

Happy Spring! In Old English, prior to Spring referenced by the same name, it was called Lent.  Later called “Springing Time” to the more commonly known name of today, Spring. Spring, the season between winter and summer when nature springs back to life. (pun intended)  Depending if you’re a winter or summer type of person and where you live, spring…

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Add a Leprechaun Scavenger Hunt to Your St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday of parades, green beer, and scavenger hunts? This celebration has so many possibilities for activities that involve adults, children, and the entire family. Let’s talk scavenger hunt.  I mean that’s what we excel in and it’s our expertise.  Plus, scavenger hunts are a great activity for age-specific participants or for a group with a…

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What’s the Thrill Ride Scavenger Hunt?

Thrill of the Hunt officially launched a new scavenger hunt recently, the Thrill Ride.  As we continue to grow, we’re adding unique scavenger hunt experiences to our portfolio, bringing the adventure to you. Thrill of the Hunt has taken the standard scavenger hunt and elevated it to a completely new theatrical experience never been done before.  The Thrill Ride is…

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Custom Scavenger Hunt Video

Thrill of the Hunt has given examples, suggestions, and ideas for all types of scavenger hunts and activities.  We’re certainly at no shortage of scavenger hunt possibilities.  However, we’ve never presented a scavenger hunt in motion, until now. Below is a video showing a custom scavenger hunt done for a teenager, my nephew, Kyle.  Take a peek at the past…

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Letter Writing & Bittersweet Chocolate Scavenger Hunt

Doing a quick Google search shows that the second week in January is Letter Writing Week and today, January 10th, is Bittersweet Chocolate Day, in addition to Houseplant Appreciation Day and Peculiar People Day. What an interesting combination.  How can you turn that into an adventure?  Easy, with a scavenger hunt of course. The winter months tend to keep people…

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New Year’s Resolution: Scavenger Hunt Adventure

We all know the new year gets people thinking about change and adjusting their lifestyles for the better.  These goals and objectives are for personal and professional excellence, resulting in the yearly New Year’s Resolution statement.  A perfect way to begin the year. What are your resolutions?  Do you have any unusual suggestions or any ideas long forgotten to be…

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Original Scavenger Hunt Ideas for a Teen

Here’s an original scavenger hunt I created for my nephew for Christmas.  It rocked!  At least that was my perspective and from the enthusiasm and smile that radiated off of Kyle’s face, I’d say my assumption was correct.  Sure, a scavenger hunt can be done for any occasion or simply just for the heck of it.  This scavenger hunt was…

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How Much Room Is Needed to Host a Scavenger Hunt?

Being the trend setter on scavenger hunts, we’re asked all sorts of scavenger hunt related questions. This is one has been asked for private gatherings, corporate holiday events and team building scavenger hunts.  The question?  How much room do you need? To some this isn’t important, but it really is.  The size the area as well as your surroundings dictate…

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Corporate Holiday Party Scavenger Hunt

Offices are wrapping up 2016 and prepping for the 2017 season.  Everyone is also fine tuning their holiday plans and that means in the office. Statistics are saying office holiday parties are on the decline. 88% of companies will have a holiday party – 2014 96% of companies will have a holiday party – 2013 91% of companies will have…

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