Camping Scavenger Hunt

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In preparation for the upcoming long weekend, here’s a fun free printable camping scavenger hunt that you can do with your kids while out for a walk around the campground. Have them point out the items to you as they find them. Since every campground is different, you can play this game again as you travel to a new area. It’s a great way to discover more fun things to do around your camp area. Who knows – while out searching for scavenger hunt items you may run into a new playground!

Camping Scavenger Hunt

Camping Scavenger Hunt Items:

  • an inflatable pool
  • a clothesline
  • a boat with lightning decals
  • pile of firewood taller than you
  • a sign warning you to watch out for wildlife
  • an outdoor lantern
  • an ice cream shack
  • a swing set
  • a blue sleeping bag
  • a flag
  • a squirrel
  • a fishing net
  • water skis
  • a sand pail
  • a beach ball
  • yellow flowers
  • a life jacket
  • a canoe
  • a stick perfect for roasting marshmallows
  • a shiny rock

Which of these camping scavenger hunt items do you think would be the most difficult to find? What are your favorite activities to play when you are camping as a family?

For more freebies for family fun, head over to our Free Printable Games page. We have loads of scavenger hunts, charades, word searches, trivia games and more. If you can’t find what you are looking for, let us know and we’d be glad to help you.

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Have Fun & Happy Trails To You!

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2 thoughts on “Camping Scavenger Hunt”

  1. I’m dropping by from the After School link party. This is such a great idea. I’m pinning to use this so that the next time we go camping with the grandkids that I can use this fabulous idea.

    I have a link party that I am trying to grow. It is Grandma Ideas Sharing Time at It runs from Wednesday 12:00 a.m. through Friday night at midnight (Mountain Daylight Time). I think my readers would love this idea as much as I do. I encourage you to share this — and a couple of other ideas, too.

    I hope to see you there.


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