Here you will find some fun video scavenger hunt ideas for adults or for teens. All that is needed is a video camera for each team and the following list of things to film.
Be sure to set a timeline for the hunt and a meeting place for the end of the hunt. It's fun to end at an ice cream parlor or pizza shop to enjoy a treat while swapping stories.
* Video of a few seconds of a movie at the drive-in theater.
* Video of a dog crossing a cross walk.
* Video of the group singing the national anthem in the middle of a grocery store.
* Video of the someone giving a flower to the person working the drive thru at McDonalds.
* Video of a group member shaking hands with a policeman.
* Video of a group member doing a handstand on the street corner.
* Video of a plane flying in the sky.
* Video of a street musician performing. (Don't forget to ask permission and give them a tip!)
* Video of the entire group squished into an elevator.
* Video of 5 different group members calling their mothers and saying "I love you" to them.
* Video of two different birds in flight.
* Video of the group pushing one another in shopping carts.
* Video of the group taking their car thru the car wash.
* Video of the group members walking a labyrinth. If you can't find one, make one!
* Video of all group members swinging on a swingset.
* Video of a horse.
* Video of the entire group laughing out loud in the middle of the mall for three continuous minutes.
* Video of the group drawing with sidewalk chalk. Bonus point for the most creative!
* Video of the group painting one another's toenails. All members must participate!
* Video of the group playing hopscotch with strangers.
Hope you enjoyed these video scavenger hunts. Use this list of scavenger hunt items as a starting point to come up with your own unique list of video scavenger hunt clues.