FREE Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt Printable: Let’s Go Outside

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If you are looking for ways to get the kids outside why not print out this free neighborhood scavenger hunt?

We absolutely love scavenger hunt printables in our home and have created lots of different ones for each of the seasons.

But what I love about this one is you are also getting the kids walking around the neighborhood getting exercise!

Another outdoor scavenger hunt we have created is the Earth Day scavenger hunt.

As we homeschool we tend to have at least 3 short walks around the neighborhood each day.

It definitely helps us both regroup and just walk away from the books. When we first started it was a bit of a chore getting him out and about, but he now asks me for a walk.

This neighborhood scavenger hunt just makes it a little more fun, even for older kids.


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Scavenger Hunt Around the Neighborhood

This free printable neighborhood scavenger hunt is a great way to have fun on a short walk with kids of all ages, or why not go with the whole family? If you are going to the local park make sure you take this with you on your next walk.

Download the fun neighborhood scavenger hunt below. There is 1 page included with 15 different images on and it will print out in portrait. Make sure to check the printer settings.

This free printable scavenger hunt is free to print but is for personal use only. Scroll to the bottom of this post and add your email address to get the pdf file.

How to play the neighborhood scavenger hunt

The best thing about this fun activity is it is super easy.

All you need to do is grab the free printable, grab a pen, and go for a walk.

We always use a storage clipboard so we can keep everything together, and it makes marking off the items easier.

As we are a homeschool of one, there is generally only me and my son scouring the neighborhood for these clues.

But if you had more than one child why not take it in turn to find the next clue? If you are a competitive family why not see who crosses them off first?


There are 2 ways you can play this:

Younger kids can enjoy spotting the images and crossing each one off as they see it.

Older children can turn this into a photo scavenger hunt. When they see the image shown let them snap a photo of it.

Why not make the hunt even more exciting with prizes for the winner? This Exploring Nature Activity Book for Kids would be perfect, especially if you are trying to encourage them to get outside!

The list of items to find on your walk around the neighborhood

There are 15 things you need to find on your walk, as you find them you can cross them off the list.

The neighborhood scavenger hunt list:

  • mailbox
  • red car
  • basketball hoop
  • bicycle
  • dog
  • fire hydrant
  • trash can
  • wreath
  • flag
  • lawn mower
  • stop sign
  • pink flowers
  • white truck
  • water hose
  • red front door
neighborhood scavenger hunt on blue clipboard

Getting fresh air and walking definitely help with my son’s ADHD and I honestly think that is the main reason we rock homeschooling!!

Although it is definitely easier to go for walks in the winter in South Florida. The summer months are brutal, but we still make time. Normally first thing in the morning before breakfast, and just before bedtime.

Other free spring scavenger hunt printables

Download the free Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt Printable

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

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Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt

Last Updated on 3 May 2023 by homeschoolof1