SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTGS) — Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia (GSHG) will host QuestFest 2019.
QuestFest 2019 is a scavenger hunt of epic proportion through the Historic District of Savannah.
Teams will set out in search of an experience, rather than an item.
Using a smartphone, teams will choose from a list of challenges and submit a photo or video via the unique QuestFest app as evidence of their accomplishment.
The “Fest” is the cherry on top of an amazing weekend of Questing.
When not racing, teams can enjoy lots of other weekend festivities, including a Girl Scout Expo, dinner cruise down the Savannah River, an unforgettable Bridging experience over the Talmadge Bridge, and s’more fun at Girl Scout Camp Low.
All Girl Scout alums are invited back to the historic home of Girl Scouting in Savannah for this exciting one-of-a-kind opportunity to reconnect with past troop members and make new Girl Scout connections.
“We are more than thrilled to welcome Girl Scouts and alums to the place where Juliette Gordon Low started Girl Scouts 107 years ago,” said Sue Else, GSHG CEO.
This is the third year that GSHG has hosted the event.
The Quest begins July 18 through the 21. For more information visit the QuestFest website.