LiveWell Greenville’s Park Hop Scavenger Hunt Closing Event
LiveWell Greenville wrapped up it’s first annual Park Hop Scavenger Hunt on Wednesday, August 15th at Conestee Park in Greenville, SC. The event culminated with lots of friends, families, and some fantastic fall-like weather. There were special Park Hop guests including, WYFF news anchor Geoff Hart, The Greenville Drive’s JDew and Reedy Rip’it, the Greenville Drive mascot.
The Park Hop Scavenger Hunt was launched this summer by LiveWell Greenville to encourage families within Greenville County to discover or rediscover the parks within their own communities and provide an affordable way for families to share outdoor activities together.
Your Passport To Prizes
The closing event included awards and prizes based on the number of parks you visited throughout the summer. You could win everything from a bicycle to throwing out the first pitch at a Greenville Drive baseball game. As you visited each park you could record answers to clues using a downloadable Park Hop Passport. Over 1,000 passports were downloaded from the Park Hop website and over 300 people registered for the final Park Hop Scavenger Hunt. A local start-up company, Gamemaster, provided a downloadable app for the final scavenger hunt that could be used with your smartphone.
Making A Difference
LiveWell Greenville will offer the Park Hop Scavenger Hunt again next summer with the hope of bringing more family adventure and awareness to the many great parks and recreation facilities of Greenville County. Judging by the turnout and strong partner and sponsor support, the Park Hop Scavenger Hunt appears set to be an annual summer event for the whole family and a huge asset to the entire Greenville County community.
As the designers behind the LiveWell Greenville logo, LiveWell Greenville website, Park Hop logo and Park Hop Passport Drum Creative is excited about being affiliated with the passion and purpose of LiveWell Greenville and the vision they have to make a healthy difference in individuals, families, and local city communities.