TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLF)—If you are looking for something to do this weekend the Boy Scouts of America Sagamore Council has you covered.
The group is holding its 2021 Adult Treasure Hunt this Friday and Saturday at Cary Camp in Lafayette. The event is usually held on Easter but due to COVID it was pushed back. 2 years ago was the last time the event was held in person. More than 1,000 people were in attendance.
This year organizers have capped attendance to 750 people both days, right now over 100 people have registered for both Friday and Saturday.
Organizer Bryon Haverstick said it's exciting to have it in person this year.
"My first favorite part is the fact that adults get to come and just act like kids and enjoy a night with their kids at home," said Haverstick. "The second part is that it allows our community to see what's happening in our world right, to see what's happening in the scouting world."
Gates will open at 7:00 PM each evening with hunting beginning at sunset. Over 10,000 eggs and 1,000 prizes to be given out each night including a chance to win a flat screen TV, sports tickets/memorabilia, artwork, gift cards, and more amazing prizes.
Pre-registration is required this year. To register click here.