Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia to Hold Second Epic Summer Quest

Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia to Hold Second Epic Summer Quest

I don’t know if any of my fellow Georgia friends and family remember the Girl Scouts Quest Fest last year (how could anyone forget?!) but the time is quickly approaching for the second epic summer quest and I don’t want anyone to miss it.

Here’s a little reminder…

Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia to Hold Second Epic Summer Quest

Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia to Hold Second Epic Summer Quest

This July, Girl Scouts from around the country will once again travel to historic Savannah for an adventure unlike any other. Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia (GSHG) is hosting QuestFest, a weekend of fun adventure, challenges, and entertainment from July 12-15, 2018, in the historic home of Girl Scouting. Last year, there were over 1,000 Girl Scouts in attendance.

The “Quest” in QuestFest stands for the main event – a scavenger hunt of epic proportion through the Historic District of Savannah. Teams of 10-15 will set out once again in search of an experience, rather than an item. Using a smartphone app, teams will choose from a list of challenges, and submit a photo or video via the QuestFest app as evidence of their accomplishment. Whether they’re competing for fun or aiming to earn a cash prize, all teams will participate in a massive “Quest” to find items, do good deeds and give back to the community. Our rousing weekend of fun and friends will also include additional events like a movie night, a dinner cruise down the Savannah River, an unforgettable Bridging Ceremony, a ghost tour (on Friday the 13th!), a Girl Scout expo and a live concert at the Savannah Civic Center.

GSHG Chief Executive Officer Sue Else and a participating Girl Scout from the area are available to share exciting news about QuestFest 2018, and how this event allows girls to showcase her inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)TM.

Head on over to reserve your tent or cabin and even if you’re not planning to attend, please share this post with your friends and family members who would benefit from this Girl Scout event. Not planning to quest? You can still help by volunteering.


  1. Scouting is one of the best way to make the younger generation improve theirselves and also be involve on the welfare of the community. A proud Girl Scout here. Missing my early age.

  2. I am from GA and I never knew that the Girls Scouts here had a quest fest. One of my best friends daughters who is 11 is still a girl scout so I wonder if she will attend this!

  3. What a wonderful post! This post made me realize how much I wanted to be a girl scout when I was younger, it looked so fun. Haha, thanks for sharing! 🙂

  4. It sounds like such a fun time for the girls. I really wish I had been able to get my daughter into the scouts. She would have appreciated it so much.

  5. This sounds like so much fun for all! I love scavenger hunts in a group where everyone can work together and find the clues.

  6. It helps the girls learn to be positive about things as well.

  7. The Girl Scouts has always been a part of my families life. Generations of GS!

  8. This sounds like a fun time! These photos make me miss volunteering with Girl Scouts here in DC!

  9. Oh wow this sounds so much fun! What a great thing for them all to come together and do.

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