Public Park Romp

Get outside and explore the great free parks around Atlanta in this rousing outdoor scavenger hunt for teams.


This exciting outdoor scavenger hunt gives your team an opportunity to explore one of Atlanta’s amazing parks. Armed with a tablet or smartphone as your guide, teams race to earn points by solving clues, taking pictures, answering trivia, and completing surprise challenges. While they travel, teams can see where other teams are on their GPS map, know everyone’s score, and send text messages for added fun.


Results / Skills / Analytics

  • Have fun as a team.

Vision / Strategies / Concepts

  • Explore one of Atlanta’s great parks.

Agenda & Activities

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the park and get everyone ready for a great team building scavenger hunt. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create an outdoorsy name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and professional staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and the other event components to ensure a smooth start.

The Hunt (1-2 hours) Teams use the GPS map in the app and features within the park to unlock a series of challenges. Possible outdoor scavenger hunt activities include:

  • Route Hints: In their iPads, teams have a list of hints they can solve to find secret hotspots around the park where trivia and other challenges will pop up.
  • Photo Missions: These are fun shots teams take of themselves with various features in the park, like hanging out by the lake, admiring or imitating statues, appreciating wildlife, and other outdoor experiences.
  • Live Footage: These whacky video projects will get the outdoorsman (or woman) laughing as they try to film scenes such as Hanging with Bigfoot, The Croc Hunter, and Alien Encounter.
  • Questions: At several hotspots around the park, the app will give teams timed trivia challenges about the surrounding area. Quick thinking and teamwork are key to getting high scores!
  • Wildlife Encounters: Teams have the opportunity to do these bonus challenges whenever they find an Atlanta Challenge facilitator in the park.
  • Puzzles: We want the brainiacs on your team to have fun too, so we include natural themed brainteasers, park trivia, Atlanta trivia and other mental challenges.

Scoring (5 minutes) The teams meet up to turn in their materials, then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more celebrational wrap up to your team scavenger hunt, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide a website link so that your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.



2 – 3 hours





Group Size

10 – 500 people

Team Size

4 – 6 people each


"Thank you so much for putting a great event together! Everyone really seemed to have a blast! Y’all did a wonderful job, and we appreciate it."

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Our favorite parks for urban iPad team scavenger hunts.

Piedmont Park

Atlanta’s version of Central Park is an amazing gem in the heart of the city. This greatly varied site has open lawns, majestic trees, a lake, and much more. Convenient to many restaurants and hotels.

Centennial Olympic Park

See a huge variety of monuments and icons from the games, as well as open spaces, shady trees and amazing fountains. Within walking distance of major downtown attractions.

Wills Park

This amazing park in Alpharetta is a great find. Convenient for groups on the north side, the park offers plenty of green space, hiking trails, a disc gold course, pavilions. Bathrooms, and plenty of free parking space.

Freedom Park

This amazing park joins the Martin Luther King Center and the Carter Presidential Library along the Beltline. Over 200 acres of rolling greenspace and permanent art installations make this park a great find.