Camping Bingo

There's so much to see and observe when you're on a camping trip! Make a game out of it by filling in these bingo cards with camping-related words and objects. Or use our completed, ready-to-play bingo card.

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Download and Print Bingo Cards
  • If you want to make your own bingo card: Download the blank bingo card template and print as many cards as you need. Before going camping, fill in the bingo cards with words or pictures of objects your child is likely to find while camping. Include both natural (pine tree, moss, bird’s nest, animal tracks, etc.) and human-made (lantern, campfire, hiking boot, sleeping bag, etc.) objects on your cards.
  • If you want to use our completed, ready-to-go bingo cards: Download the set of four cards and print them.

Play Bingo!

Give each person in your party a different bingo card. Go on a hike and look for the items on the cards. When you spot an item on the card, mark off that square. The first person to mark off all the items in a row or column wins. (You can extend the game by trying to find every object on the card).


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