Mar 18 2023
11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Alright lads, we’ve got a mighty St. Paddy’s scavenger hunt for ya! Grab yer green hats and get ready to find the pot o’ gold!

Get in the festive St. Paddy’s spirit with our Boxyard Vendor Scavenger Hunt! This all is kid-friendly, so no need to worry about any shenanigans.

Your mission, should ye choose to accept it, is to follow the clues scattered around Boxyard to uncover the pictures hidden by our mischievous leprechaun. From shamrocks and bagpipes, to cupcakes and cotton candies, each clue will lead you to a new location where ye’ll have to solve a riddle or complete a challenge to move on. Grab a checklist once you arrive or scan the QR code to read the clues below. Keep your eyes peels for the pictures to know you’re on the right track and let’s get hunting!


#1 – May the luck of the Irish be with you today! I’ve hidden a treasure – you must look for clues along the way. For the first clue go where the musicians play!

#2 – Shamrocks are a symbol of St. Patrick’s Day – here’s one for you. Now go to the place that sells cupcakes, rice crispies, and cookies too!

#3 – Today is the day that people wear green. Now head to the spot where pizzas can be seen!

#4 – Take a break and do a quick Irish jig for me – then go to where cotton candy dreams are all you see!

#5 – I thought I was sneaky but you’re finding them all. This clue is sure to stump you – go where you can find a dog or its ball.

#6 – A sprinkle of luck to get you to your next clue. Now take a look where you might find some cheese – cheddar, brie, or blue!

#7 – Congratulations this is your last clue – if you head to the Triangle Pop-Up tent in the parking lot there will be a prize for you!

*scavenger hunt is only available on Saturday, March 18.

Note: By participating in this event, you consent to the recording of your likeness, image, and/or voice and authorize Boxyard RTP to use photographs, video, and audio recordings containing your likeness, image, and/or voice in any medium for any purpose.

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