Over 12 road trip scavenger hunt ideas for kids! Road trip hunts are a way to pass time on a long trip, a fun family game for traveling, and a screen-free car game.
Are you on the ‘hunt’ for great ways to bust boredom as your family travels? Well, you are in the right place! This list includes
over 12 different road trip scavenger hunt ideas for kids and families.
Before traveling, I love to pack a bag full of screen-free games. In it, I’ll include items such as a
travel kit, a ‘map my trip’ template, and a road trip scavenger hunt to keep the kids busy. You might also like: Go on a Beach Scavenger Hunt during Summer
By the way, if you aren’t sure how to play a scavenger hunt check out our
road trip scavenger hunt. This post includes several different ways to play for various ages (and levels of competition). 12 Road Trip Scavenger Hunt Ideas
Whether you are creating a Road Trip Scavenger Hunt for toddlers, preschoolers, kids, or teens – this list has you covered. Through this list, you’ll find that road trip hunts are great as:
a boredom-buster for kids, a whole-family road trip activity, or as a screen-free car game.
Ready to let your children explore the outdoors? Learn how to go on a nature scavenger hunt with the whole family.
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This nature scavenger hunt from
Mrs. Merry is a great outdoor activity to get those kids moving (and outside). Spend over an hour outside hunting for these items. Continue Reading
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This travel scavenger hunt from
Carla Schauer Studio includes specific seek and find items that aren't as quickly available - making it a great challenge for tweens. Continue Reading
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Head over to
Mom's Minivan to grab a road trip scavenger hunt for older children (there is a list for younger children too). The hunt has list for city, suburb, and rural areas... wherever your road trip takes you! Continue Reading
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This scavenger hunt, with only 20 items to find, is a great option for shorter car rides, field trips, and weekend traveling.
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Head to the
House of Hood to get this road trip activity and learn her tips for traveling with toddlers. Continue Reading
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If you have a road trip planned for the summer, select one of these scavenger hunt printables for your kids. There are several different ones to choose from for various ages.
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This travel scavenger hunt from
Meander and Coast is a little harder making it a great option for teens and adults. Continue Reading
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This colorful scavenger hunt will keep the little ones busy while you're driving on a family vacation.
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These I Spy Road Trip Bingo cards from
That's What Che Said are easy to prepare and provide lots of entertainment for your kids on long (or short) car rides! Continue Reading
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This I Spy Road Trip game from
3 Boys and a Dog is great for longer trips because it includes so many different restaurants. Continue Reading
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Print several copies of this Bingo game (it's also a scavenger hunt) and discover how many signs you can spot along your road trip.
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