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Scavenger Hunt w/ Inner North Outer Experiences badge

Scavenger Hunt w/ Inner North Outer Experiences

Explore your local outdoor green space or park and see what you may find when you explore, discover, connect, and grow with us through a fun scavenger hunt activity. This activity aids in one's ability to identify living and non-living things in addition to encouraging communication in hunting and identifying the items on the list.

Challenge provided by: Inner North Outer Experiences LLC
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Year-round icon Year-round
Start Date: May 6, 2024
End Date: Dec 31, 2024
  • Can take 30 min to 1 hour, daytime
1–2 hours icon 1–2 hours Easy icon Easy Outdoor Only icon Outdoor
 icon Free

This Challenge is for:

  • All Ages
  • PK-K
  • 1st Grade
  • 2nd Grade
  • Formal Educators
  • Informal Educators

Challenge Topics:

  • Animals and Wildfire
  • At Home
  • Biodiversity
  • Connecting Children with Nature
  • Homeschool
  • Nature and Mental Health
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Physical Health and Exercise
  • School Campus

To complete this challenge

Step one

View & download the "Things You'll Need"

Click the "Things You'll Need" link on our Nature Challenge Page to download our free Scavenger Hunt List to get ready for your adventure.

Step two

Find a park w/ water source (lake/stream/pond)

Whether you explore a trail or simply explore your local green space or park -- Look to see if you can find all of the items on our scavenger hunt list.

Step three

Follow us on social for more activities

This scavenger hunt was one of many activities we help to facilitate with families in our local mini nature day camps in addition to a fun variety of activities & materials in our Nature Expeditions & Activities for Young Adventurers and Families starter kits. Follow us at @InnerNorthOuterExperiences on Instagram, Facebook, & YouTube for more.

Step four

Earn your badge!


Texas A&M Forest Service and cooperators collectively known as “Nature Challenge” have not inspected the physical locations of challenges. No warranty of safecondition, or fitness for particular use is granted by Nature Challenge. Nature Challenge has not vetted whether the challenges, as formatted by the Provider, is safe. Anyone performing this challenge will be doing so at their own risk.