60 Funny Scavenger Hunt Team Names

Scavenger hunts have seen the influence of technological advances. From clues given by text messages or scanning a QR barcodes at check in locations, connection real world objects with digital applications is the new age scavenger hunt. Brands have used scavenger hunts to interact with customers and engage a broader audience. When brands launch this way, they can pull a customer in to engage with them for 9 to 21 minutes per play and oftentimes get their friends to participate. The following collection of scavenger hunt team names can be used for your next event.

Agua Minions
Alien Potatoes
Amazing Racers
Black Hawks
Blue Wave
Born to Wander
Buckeyes Suspended Again
Cannonball Runners
Carlo’s Spicy Weiners
Chicky Puzzle
Class of the Titans
Crazy Chaps
Divas & Doughboys
Don’t Drink the Lake Water
Double Dare Dutches
Eye Spy
Fat Ugly and Stupid
Finders Keepers
Flying Monkees
Fun Hunters
Giant Eagles
Hungry Bears
If I Only Had a Neck
Indiana Yankees
It’s a Mad Mad Team
Last Shot
Look Sharp
Looking for Clues
Nanny Gattos
No More Medals Please
Nut Crackers
Piece of Cakes
Plank Walkers
Raging Bulls
Red Dragons
Rising Cache Stars
Rolling with the Homies
Scavenging Slagners
Sea Dogs
Seven Stars
Silver Snakes
Sleepy Heads
Slime Balls
Slowa and Steady Wins the ARace
Strapped for Cache
The Clues Brothers
The Hooters
The Searchers
The Team That Shall Not Be Named
Treasure Hunters
Waffle House
We Thought This Was Bingo
Wet & Mild
WL Crushers
Yankee Pride

The following infographic outlines some of the most well known treasure hiders in history. From the famous stolen treasure ship Quedagh Merchant to the treasure buried at Catskills, modern day shipwreck scavengers have sought out missing treasures. In 2007, treasure hunters from the United States uncovered a collection of 19th century coins from Spain worth more than 500 million that had to be later returned.

Modern Treasures Hunters