If you’re not sure what do to with your kids for the last month of summer vacation, why not head down to the river for a scavenger hunt?
The Connecticut River Conservancy (CRC) is moving into the digital age and getting people out on the Connecticut River.
According to a media release, Quest65 is a smartphone based app developed by the CRC that sends users on a scavenger hunt to over 65 different museums, historic sights and other amenities that the river offers.
The CRC says that there are things to do all up and down the river from the Canadian Border to the Long Island Sound.
“The Quest provides a terrific summertime project for an eight-year old and her parent who’ve both learned a lot about history, the Valley’s natural facts and attractions and more,” Tony Judge, Quest65 participant.
And the best part… the more items and activities you check off on the scavenger hunt the more likely you’ll win a prize!
The quest run until October 15.