FREE Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt Printables!


Looking for something exciting to do with the kids that gets everyone outdoors, enjoying nature, and working together towards a common goal? Scavenger hunts are an excellent solution!

Make it fun by challenging siblings to find things for each item on the list (in other words, no repeats)! Or work together as a mom and child team to see who can spot each item first. Have a child who always likes to win? Let them complete it on their own and ask for help if they need it.

Regardless of how you complete these scavenger hunts, they’re guaranteed to bring fun to even the smallest of kids! So print them out, pull them up on your phone, and get to searching! And to keep the fun going, we’ve created TWO different versions. Try both, or pick your favorite! 

Below you’ll find an image of two different scavenger hunts. Click on the image or link underneath each image to open a printable pdf. Don’t have a printer? Pull the scavenger hunt up on your phone and enjoy! 

Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt – Round 1

>>> Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt – Round 1 | FREE Printable <<<

Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt – Round 2

>>> Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt – Round 2 | FREE Printable <<<

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Tiffany Nettles
Tiffany traded in back-to-back business meetings and PowerPoint presentations, for sippy cups and play dates – leaving her corporate job behind to become a stay at home mom to her 16-month-old toddler. To say life is different is an understatement, and she now has a new found love and respect for the “hardest” (and best!) job she’s ever had. A native South Carolinian, Tiffany is best described as kind-hearted and friendly, with a quick sense of humor. When she’s not toting her little one around town to the latest kid friendly activity, you can find her enjoying a latte at Drip, catching up on the latest celebrity gossip magazines, or watching old reruns of Beverly Hills 90210 from the early 90′s. She received her Masters Degree in Integrated Communications from the University of South Carolina in 2007, and enjoys reading, writing and all things "mom."


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